Fans Defend Sam Smith’s New Video After Critics Say It’s “Too Sexual”

January 30, 2023 / Posted by:

And now it’s time for America’s favorite game: WON’T SOMEBODY THINK OF THE CHILDREN! Today’s episode features nonbinary soul singer Sam Smith because it’s finally their turn. Sam dropped visuals for their latest single, I’m Not Here To Make Friends, and Sam wasn’t lying with a title like that. Because in the video Sam is bold, brash, and really doesn’t give a damn what you think. But since Sam is not some skinny pop tartlet shoving her tits and ass in our faces Sam’s creative expression has been facing backlash online with people asking, you guessed it, WON’T SOMEBODY THINK OF THE CHILDREN! And luckily, Sam is getting support from fans who are emphatically replying, “Fuck them kids!”

In case you’ve not seen the video, here it is:

I don’t see what the huge fuss is here. Sam and their dancers are half naked, writhing in sexual ecstasy and covering themselves in liquids that send a suggestive message. We’ve been watching these types of videos since we were kids, and we turned out….never mind. The point is, this is standard music video fare, and the only reason they’re saying it’s “too sexual” is because they’re trying not to sound like assholes by saying what they really want: it’s too gay. TMZ reports the backlash started as soon as the non-rainbow community of hypocrites took one look at Sam’s pasties-covered chest cutlets and immediately deemed it too much for the children.

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