Thank goodness we as a people already saw Rebecca Black’s “Friday” video over 160 million times—we may never see it again! The singer has pulled the video off YouTube after the geniuses at Ark Entertainment tried to turn the clip into a rental, requiring you to pay $2.99 to watch it for three days. Since Black and Ark are already tangling over who exactly owns the rights to what, with her parents threatening to sue, the family decided to curb Ark’s bizarre last dash for cash.
Thankfully, we still have access to Rebecca Black’s live renditions of “Friday,” her appearance in Katy Perry’s “TGIF” video, Stephen Colbert’s version of “Friday,” The Easybeats‘ “Friday On My Mind,” The Cure‘s “Friday I’m In Love,” Loverboy‘s “Working For The Weekend,” and countless other weekend jams to get us through this loss. Plus, we’re sure you can still find the clip somewhere on line if you really, really wanted to. Hey, maybe your great-grandmother hasn’t seen it yet.
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