Rihanna’s new raunchy video for single Pour It Up was banned only 10 minutes after its debut on Wednesday. The kinky singer, who makes twerking fanatic Miley Cyrus look tame, takes the dance-of-the-moment to a whole new level in the explicit video, which was set to private on her official Vevo channel soon after its release.
In response to fans’ tweets that it had already been banned the 25-year-old posted: ‘IN TEN PHUCKING MINUTES BRO?’ The saucy video sees the semi-naked singer writhe around in a thong and diamante bra as a bunch of pole dancers gyrate in the water surrounding her.
At one point the Bajan babe flaunts her pert behind as she twerks up against her golden throne, making Miley Cyrus’ VMA performance look relatively low-key in comparison.
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But for the most part RiRi chucks a load of dollar bills around, smokes and busts her sexiest, most provocative moves. After Vevo’s official Twitter account asked for the uncensored cut, Rihanna tweeted back: ‘I’ll have it right 2 U.’
She also tweeted, ‘Yassssss @ the #NAVY doe!!! Thank you for this love man!!!! I’m so glad you’re enjoying it #PourItUpVideo.’
Rihanna is known for her creative and often controversial videos. In 2011, her video for S&M was banned for its erotic content. We Found Love won several awards for best music video a year later, but not before being banned for its depiction of drugs and violence.
The track is taken from Rihanna’s seventh album Unapologetic.