The obscene video for Sam Smith‘s new track has provoked anger. Smith who’s currently 30, rose to prominence following appearing on Disclosure’s blockbuster song “Latch” in 2012. The artist lately evolved into one of the UK’s largest pop artists, eventually winning the Oscar for their classic James Bond theme, ‘Writing’s On The Wall’. Nevertheless, The singer’s recent music video has sparked a lot of controversy on the internet. The singer just released their brand-new album ‘Gloria‘, accompanied with the film for their track, ‘I’m Not Here to Make Friends’.
Smith arrives in a chopper to a palace prior to actually performing with scantily dressed performers carrying suspenders and corselette in the film. The performers appear on mattresses for one shot dressed in merely black leather trousers. Even though the song has received mostly good reaction among viewers, others are horrified with it and have demanded for its suppression or some viewer restriction. Individuals on Twitter are already arguing if the song’s video viewership should be age controlled on sites such as YouTube.
An upset viewer commented:
No f*****g need, it’s blatant tacky sexualised bulls**t. As a mum of teenagers I’m sick of seeing people using s**t like this to sell their music. I would be saying this about anyone who put out a video like this. It’s not about Sam Smith’s gender, I don’t care about their gender.
Another one commented:
I can’t believe kids look up to Sam Smith. This s**t should be banned on YouTube.
Someone else added,
If we’re crunching down on Andrew Tate for apparently warping children’s minds, we should be banishing Sam Smith to Mars.
Individuals are indeed swift to highlight that comparable music videos starring the other gender do not receive the same level of scrutiny as Smith, who is homosexual.
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A user added:
If women can produce videos acting ‘vulgar’ and being ‘very s**ual’, why can’t Sam Smith? Everyone seems to be alright seeing female singers do it, but not alright seeing Sam Smith do it. The songs your eight-year-olds sing are all about having s**, so maybe think on that!
A Twitch celebrity, Limmy, backed the singer by saying, ‘it wasn’t like this in my day,’ whilst posting something even more kinkier than Smith’s music video, a clip from Frankie Goes To Hollywood’s ‘Relax’, which has been published in 1983. Several people advise that parents should be concerned about Smith’s recent video. They should to be more attentive in controlling what young kids view on internet. In contrast to the criticism Sam Smith added, “Why do parents think it’s everyone else’s job expect theirs to parent.