Justin Timberlake's New Video Features Nudity, YouTube Is Allowing It
Justin Timberlake can do no wrong... so it seems. His new video, "Tunnel Vision," features its fair share of boobie a.k.a. a ton of nudity. In most circumstances, YouTube would not allow such a video on its site; however, we're talking about Justin Timberlake... the man practically walks on water.
ABC News has confirmed that after first removing "Tunnel Vision," YouTube decided to put it back up. A Google spokesperson told ABC news that they, quote, "make exceptions when [nudity or sexual content] is presented in an educational, documentary or artistic context."
CLICK THE PIC TO WATCH "TUNNEL VISION" ON YOUTUBE (WARNING: You will need to sign in to confirm your age. Like I said... A LOT of NUDITY.)
Rihanna On Chris Brown's New Album, She Slams Him On Twitter
Via Twitter, Chris Brown announced that his new album features Rihanna, amongst several others.
It appears Rihanna wasn't fond of this announcement, so she went off and tweeted...
Phuck O.utta H.ere B.itch!!! http://t.co/uReGN3PkOM— Rihanna (@rihanna) July 4, 2013
You'll notice she emphasized the O, H and B. OHB is apparently the name of Brown's "crew." Her Tweet was accompanied by a photo from the show "Love and Hip Hop," along with the following quote from the show: "[B-word] you will die, be born again, die again and be born again before I do a song with you [B-word]."
I think she's angry with Chris... not sure why she's speaking in code though.
Sarah Jessica Parker Caused The Extinction Of Pubic Lice?
Photo Credit: Stephen Lovekin / 2013 Getty Images
"Sex and the City" not only helped many many women get through break-ups, it also cured the world of pubic lice. This is according to the British Association of Dermatologists.
You many recall in Season 3 of "Sex and the City" Carrie accidentally got a full Brazilian wax... ALL hair removed. Since then, Brazilian waxes have become much more popular, and the natural environment for pubic lice has become scarce. Crabs are becoming extinct claims BAD.
According to this particular study, "Was 'Sex and the City' the beginning and end for pubic lice?," done by the British Association of Dermatologists, quote, "Carrie Bradshaw and [company] have contributed to ridding humanity of a pest that had plagued humans for millions of years."