We are pleased to report that Kate Upton's "Cat Daddy" dance is back on YouTube after a brief ban on the suggestive viral sensation. Fist-pump!
Guess Kate, and her fans, showed YouTube who its (cat) daddy is.
After abruptly yanking the 2012 SI cover girl’s provocative moves on Wednesday, the video-sharing website apparently realized it was doing the male gender a downright inhumane disservice and reinstated the clip.
A source close to Upton says the blond bombshell was perplexed by YouTube’s decision, since her video contains no nudity or sexual content.
According to the insider, the 19-year-old found it “completely silly.”
“She couldn’t believe it,” said the source, who said Upton couldn’t see why her gettin' freaky to the Rej2ctz track was banned, seeing that 1) she wears the same bikini in SI, and 2) there are plenty of more salacious videos.
YouTube officials eventually reached the same, fixing their mistake.
“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.”
Thank you YouTube. And Terry Richardson, and of course, Kate.