YouTube Musician Posts Nude Pictures To Protest YouTube Nudity Ban

(photo credit: Alpha Press)

(photo credit: Alpha Press)

Nadeea Volianova, a wannabe pop star on YouTube, has decided to protest the video platform’s removal of a music video for her song … by getting naked.

The video, called “F**k Me, Daddy,”, which was allegedly for a song about sex trafficking (presumably it was anti-sex trafficking, but who knows), was yanked due to running up against YouTube’s nudity ban. According to the UK Daily Star, there wasn’t actually nudity in the video, but “Nadeea dances scantily-clad while repeating the expletive-laden song title, before posing in a thong, getting chained up and being attacked by a man in a harrowing scene.”

(photo credit: Alpha Press)

(photo credit: Alpha Press)

She then posted photos online of herself completely naked with signs covering the hot parts proclaiming “Hey YouTube, This Is Nudity, See The Difference?”

According to the Daily Star, Ms. Volianova hails from America/France/Russia and is trying to make it as a singer. Apparently she could have a backup career as a stripper though. No word yet from YouTube on whether the nudity protest to protest nudity bans had an effect. The video still isn’t up, so I am guessing … no.

Of course, with only a couple vids scattered across a few different accounts, it’s more likely the nudity was the career move more than the singing.

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