Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" Topless Music Video Banned from YouTube

Controversial clip features several nearly naked women

By Peter Gicas Apr 02, 2013 2:30 PMTags
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Did Robin Thicke's unrated music video for "Blurred Lines" cross the line?

That seems to be the case (at least in the eyes of some) since the clip, which features a bevy of topless beauties, can no longer be found on YouTube. A much tamer version, however, remains on the site.

"YouTube took down the Unrated version of #BLURREDLINES because it was too hot," Thicke tweeted on March 30.

Pharrell, who, along with T.I., collaborated on the track, also tweeted: "Why they trying to ban good sh-t?"

But all is not lost for fans who want to see the controversial version. Thicke also noted, "You can still view it here on @VEVO."

No word yet from YouTube regarding its decision to remove the video.