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Justin Timberlake’s ‘Tunnel Vision’ Video Too Steamy For Youtube?



Justin Timberlake’s new music video “Tunnel Vision” was simply too hot for Youtube, and now, viewers have to confirm their ages before checking it out.

In the seven minute video, you can find women posing topless and showing off their behinds. But what’s interesting is that it’s all in good taste.

The video was originally taken down from Youtube after it’s original release on Wednesday, but according to a Google spokesperson, JT’s video is safe enough to keep on the website.

“While our Guidelines generally prohibit nudity, we make exceptions when it is presented in an educational, documentary or artistic context and take care to add appropriate warnings and age-restrictions,” the spokesperson told ABC news.

“Most nudity is not allowed, particularly if it is in a sexual context. Generally, if a video is intended to be sexually provocative, it is less likely to be acceptable for YouTube,” the spokesperson also shared.

JT isn’t the only artist to stir up controversy for using topless women in a music video. Back in March, Robin Thicke’s uncensored version of “Blurred Lines” was also taken off Youtube for showing nude women throughout the video.





Reports: Chante Moore Accused Of Financing New Album With Stolen Money



Looks like Chante Moore has got some explaining to do!

The “Chante’s Got A Man” singer is being looped in a messy fraud and racketeering case that essentially led to two men claiming they were defrauded out of $3.6 million.

According to reports, the former “R&B Divas: LA” star knowingly accepted money that was fraudulently obtained by a criminal enterprise and using it to produce her latest album and artificially inflate her sales.

The two men are have filed a lawsuit and claim the defendants used some of their money to buy Moore plane tickets for her musical tour, lavish her with gifts, fund the production of and marketing campaign for her seventh album, “The Rise of the Phoenix,” and even to “pay off her significant personal debt.”

They also claim their money was used to open a hair bar in Georgia, and buy a house.

The plaintiffs say Moore knew the money was obtained illegally and the investments made into her career “were designed in whole or in part to conceal or disguise the nature, the location, the source, the ownership, and the control of the proceeds” of the alleged illegal activity.

It gets even messier though. The two men also claim the money was used to “artificially enhance” her album sales through iTunes purchases. Since they believe their money was used to “directly used to finance the launching of Moore’s latest resurgence effort with her new album, including all advertising and marketing efforts put forth therewith,” they believe they are entitled to any profits from the record.

If you’re wondering what Moore has to say about the situation, she is denying the allegations and wants the case thrown out.

Back in July we caught up with Moore who gushed about her new album and not feeling pressure to stay relevant in the changing music climate.

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