Rihanna Mad at Youtube For ‘S&M’ Video Flag, Plus Grammy Duet

Rihanna’s new music video “S&M” is deemed too racy for Youtube.com, so the site has put an age limit on the clip. The clip, which sees RiRi frolicking around in semi-naked in latex and tying a man to a bed, premiered earlier this week on the website.

“S&M” is considered “inappropriate” for viewers under the age of 18 on YouTube.com and a restriction has now been put in place, with the warning message: “This content may contain material flagged by YouTube’s user community that may be inappropriate for some users.”

Reacting to the semi-ban, Rihanna took to twitter, “They watched Umbrella… I was full nude.” She also took matters into her own hands by having the clip added to her website adding, “U can now view the S&M video on www.Rihannanow.com UNFLAGGED!!!”

In related news, Rihanna will perform her hit single “What’s My Name?” with rapper Drake at the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards which will take place on February 13.


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