by Noah Johnson on May 02, 2012 | Comments Off
Why does YouTube hate Kate Upton? That’s the question we want to ask the video sharing giant after they laid the ban hammer on Kate’s “Cat Daddy” video that went viral yesterday. Supermodel Kate was featured in a video that was first posted on celebrity photographer Terry Richardson’s website.
The model busted a move to The Rej3ctz song while wearing a skimpy bikini. This apparently angered the YouTube gods and they subsequently yanked the video. According to them it violated their rules on nudity and sexual content.
Kate linked to the video from her official Twitter account saying, “MY ‘Cat Daddy’!!! directed by Terry Richardson…haha.”
Terry introduced the video, saying, “Only in America, tonight, ladies and gentlemen, Kate Upton demonstrating the Cat Daddy. Take it away Kate.”
She ended the dance by saying, “That’s it. That’s all you’re gonna see. Get out of here.”
After YouTube banned it, Kate was forced to upload it to Vimeo instead.