youtube actin like a SHOOK BITCH
YouTube tried to show Kate Upton who her daddy was, but ended up crying uncle.
After abruptly yanking the 2012 Sport Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover girl’s provocative and popular “Cat Daddy” dance clip on Wednesday morning, the video-sharing website apparently realized it was doing the world a huge disservice. It reinstated the clip later that day.
A source close to the 36-25-34 Upton says the blond bombshell was perplexed by YouTube’s decision to pull the clip because her bouncy boogieing in a red string bikini supposedly violated the website’s rules on nudity and sexual content.
According to the insider, the 19-year-old Upton, who doesn’t suffer so much as a nip slip in the video, found the decision “completely silly.”
“She couldn’t believe it,” said the source, who said Upton couldn’t understand why her dancing to the Rej2ctz track “Cat Daddy” in a bathing suit similar to what she wore Sports Illustrated’s cover would be banned .
The source said Upton felt there are lots of other videos on YouTube that are much more salacious.
YouTube officials eventually reached the same conclusion.
“With the massive volume of videos on our site, sometimes we make the wrong call,” said a spokeswoman for the site.
“When it’s brought to our attention that a video has been removed mistakenly, we act quickly to reinstate it.”