Robin Thicke’s YouTube video was banned by YouTube.
Thicke’s new video for “Blurred Lines” had been banned for violating YouTube’s nudity policy.
The video features nude models surrounding Thicke and rappers T.I. and Pharrell. It has received more than a million views since its release a week ago.
Although YouTube has banned the video, music video website, Vevo, continues to play it.
Check out photos of the “Blurred Lines” video here:
“Kapooya” woman becomes internet viral sensation.
After a hail storm hit southeast Texas, a woman interviewed by a local TV station about the storm has become an internet sensation.
A reporter went to Brookshire, Texas to cover the damage the hail storm left in the area. The reporter talked to Brookshire resident, Michelle Clark.
Clark’s reaction to the hail storm has quickly became a YouTube hit.
“Soon as I posted on my Facebook it’s a ‘kapooya, kapooya, and boy that hail just came in. I looked out, I opened my door and looked out my door and it hit me in the head,” Clark told the camera. “We had a hail party at two o’clock this morning, everybody was outside. Man, those chunkers was big, size of a quarter, dog gone. They were big, they were hitting hard too, man. Look at this, here in Brookshire, Texas. Man, it’s like snowing in March.”
“Kapooya” hash tags have already popped up on Twitter and the video of Clark has been viewed over 5 million times.
The teen who asked Kate Upton to the prom got the surprise of his life when Kate called into the Today show to talk to him.
Jake Davison, 17, from Los Agenles California posted a YouTube video this week that explained why Kate should be his date for the prom.
The video generated over 101,000 views and got him an invitation to appear on the Today show.
The Sports Illustrated cover girl left the teen speechless when he heard her say “good morning.” Jake was so stunned that it took a few moments to compose himself.
“This just got so much better now that you’re on the phone.”
Jake, once again, tried to persuade Kate to go to the prom with him.
“Kate, I’m telling you, it will be a great night, great evening. I could even get the curfew extended – hopefully talk to my parents maybe.”
Kate would not say if she would or not, but she told Jake that she will look at her schedule.
The one minute 46-second long video starts off with Jake lounging poolside, reading the Sports Illustrated issue that featured Kate Upton. It then shows the teen shaving as he tells the camera: “You had me at hello. You are the ying to my yang. I’m Jewish, 5ft 9in on a good day and I can’t dance. At all. You’re Christian, 5ft 10in, and that Cat Daddy video should have won an Oscar for best short film. You could say this is destiny.”
Then Jake shows off to the camera by doing push-ups while he continues to say: “Now Kate, don’t get me wrong, we have our commonalities. You like sports, I like sports, you like fine dining, I like fine dining. You’re on the cover of Sports Illustrated. I read Sports Illustrated.”
At the end of the video, Jake wearing a suit, bends down on one knee while holding a bouquet of roses, then asks the camera: “So Kate, will you go to the prom with me?”
Kate loved the video that she tweeted and shared the link to it.
“You can call me Katie if you want! How could I turn down that video! I’ll check my schedule ”
A man punches his son and posted the video on YouTube. Is it real or fake?
A father who tells the camera that his son had been a “bad boy” and that he needed to be punished. He asked the little boy what sort of punishment he should be given. The boy replied “a punch in the face.” Then the father punches him in the face.
The boy didn’t seem hurt by the punch. When asked if he was punished enough, the boy said “no” and that he needed a “teensy-weensy bit more”.
The father punches him again. At the end of the video, the father punches him 5 times.
Even after being punched five times, the boy doesn’t seem to be hurt or appear bruised.
So, do you think this video is real or fake?
Police say 9-year-old boy who stars and raps in a sexually suggestive video is a victim of child abuse or neglect.
The boy nicknamed “Lil Poopy” is described by his family as a “thriving, well-adjusted fourth-grader with a good home life, good grades and musical talent.”
The lawyer for the family, Joseph Krowski Jr claims that the police decision to investigate is “racially-tiged” and that the people who watched it “doesn’t understand rap.”
“This isn’t some child left alone that’s not going to school.”
He said that the videos content is protected by the First Amendment.
Brockton police told state child welfare officials to look into a possible child abuse case after viewing Lil Poopy videos and a feature story about the boy in the local newspaper The Enterprise.
Police said that they haven’t filed any charges, but Department of Children and Families confirmed that they are looking into concerns about the little boy’s welfare.
Officials will interview everyone who lives in the child’s home and possibly others who has contact with the 9-year-old boy.
DCF spokeswoman Cayenne Isaksen said, “The filers of this report wanted to make sure the child is being properly cared for…”
“So the department will look into all aspects of this.”
Do you think Lil Poopy’s video suggests child abuse?
YouTube plans to charge £3 a month for TV subscription.
Google-owned YouTube, is expected to make consumers pay subscription fees to access some of its content starting in the spring.
This decision is an aggressive move by the company to compete with traditional TV advertisers and viewers.
According to Daily Mail, the first channels could be available by Easter and YouTube will reportedly charge 60p ($1) and £3 ($5) a month. Not bad considering Netflix is about $8 a month.
YouTube may also extend the service to access live events like pay-per-view, self-help and financial advice shows.
At this point, content has been free to consumers and supported by advertising.
YouTube CEO Salar Kamangar says this could help second or third-tier cable networks that have trouble building big audiences on cable TV to get subscription fees from distributors.
Internet distribution would allow some of these networks to directly access their niche market with lower costs.
“There are lot of our content creators that think they would benefit from subscriptions, so we’re looking at that,” Kamangar said.
YouTube plans to start off with 25 channels and go from there.
Invisible Driver Prank 2 follows the success of the first Invisible Driver Prank.
Creator, Magic of Rahat, uses his special undercover car seat as he orders through the drive-thru.
The drive-thru employees reactions are what makes this video hilarious. I cannot even count the number of times drive-thru employees said “What the…”
Confused, several employees and managers shut the drive-thru window and locks it. One manager even said “I’m scared.”
Invisible Driver At The Drive-Thru Prank collected over 31 million views on YouTube. Invisible Driver Prank 2 will undoubtedly get as much views.
YouTube user “etoilec1″ creates an unusual tribute to Gangnam Style.
Instead of creating another parody video as many YouTubers have done, etoilec1 draws scenes in colour on a large flipbook. Basically, the scenes from the original music video is revealed by flipping through the pages.
The four-minute flipbook clip has received more than 100,000 views. Will it reach a billion views like the original? We’ll just have to wait and see.
The artist has also created flipbook videos for Dragon Ball Z, a Japanese series featuring the character Goku.
Psy’s original “Gangnam Style” music video had already racked up 1,247,603,007 views to date.
That’s about 18 per cent of the world’s population.