Rebecca Black Removes "Friday" Music Video From YouTube





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Rebecca Black removes her Friday video from YouTube and fans of the weekend anthem are at a loss. ClevverTV breaks down the details on this story up next.

Hey guys, I'm Joslyn Davis for ClevverTV with the rundown on the removal of Rebecca Black viral hit-video Friday from YouTube. According to various reports, the teenager's lawyers called for the removal of the vid due to an on-going battle with Ark Music factory over who has the rights to the song. As you likely know, Ark Music Factory was thrust into the spotlight during Rebecca's rise to internet fame, for its reputation for capitalizing on the dreams of young, aspiring singers out there. Being that Rebecca and her parents had not idea "Friday" would become the hit it is, there now seem to be a lot of questions as to who has the publicity rights to the song. It also was not Rebecca's choice to start charging fans to watch the "Friday" video earlier in the week, which ultimately didn't pan out, as the video has been completely removed from the Ark Music Factory's YouTube Page. So what do you guys make of this legal battle over Friday? DO you think Rebecca deserves credit for the song or should that go to Ark Music Factory? Let us know right here and stick with ClevverTV for on-going reports on Miss Rebecca Black by subbing our channel on YouTube. I'm Joslyn Davis in the heart of Hollywood and we'll see you later!

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