Robin Thicke's unrated music video for "Blurred Lines" apparently blurred the lines of decency in the eyes of YouTube, which yanked it without explanation.
The video, which features a bevy of topless beauties, is no longer posted, although the original (and much more subdued) version remains on the site.
"YouTube took down the Unrated version of #BLURREDLINES because it was too hot," Thicke tweeted, while Pharrell, who collaborated on it, wrote:
"Why they trying to ban good sh-t?"
YouTube also banned the Kate Upton Cat Daddy video last year, only to reinstate it by popular demand. So there's hope if fans make enough of a ruckus.
Then again, Google is also shutting down YouTube altogether in 2023 once the best video of ALL TIME is selected ... or so we were told on April 1.