Rihanna's pour it up video is banned ,10 minutes after release + video

Rihanna made Miley CyrusWrecking Ball look like a Disney movie when she debuted her new music video for Pour It Uplast night. So much so, the twerk-happy raunch-a-thon was banned after just ten minutes.
The explicit short was quickly set to private on her official VEVO channel soon after it was released, presumably so some minions can go through and put blurry squares over Rihanna's various on-display parts.
Responding to a cascade of fans' tweets informing her that it had already been taken offline, the 25-year-old posted: "IN TEN PHUCKING MINUTES BRO?"


VEVO, rather professionally, posted at the singer from their private account asking for a less explicit edit of the video.
"I'll have it right 2 U," was Rihanna's immediately submissive reply.
She also tweeted: "Yassssss @ the #NAVY doe!!! Thank you for this love man!!!! I'm so glad you're enjoying it #PourItUpVideo."
No, we have no idea what that means either.
In the video, the star is seen writhing around and grinding on a giant golden throne, scantily clad in a diamante bra and a denim thong while strippers slide down poles positioned, for some unknown reason, amid a giant pool of water behind her. It also features RiRi chucking a load of money around.
Of course, this isn't the first time a Rihanna video has raised eyebrows. Her 2011S&M piece was banned for its risqué content… Before the singer was sued by fashion photographer David LaChappelle for plagiarism.
We Found Love was apparently censored in several places for its references to drugs and violence, but won several awards the following year.
The track will serve as the next single from Rihanna's album Unapologetic.     
Pour It Up was co-written by Rihanna and produced by Miley's rumoured beau, Mike WiLL Made It.
Watch a slightly less explicit version below:



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