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Because all terrible things must come to an end eventually, Rebecca Black has officially yanked her video for Friday from Youtube because of an argument with Ark Music, the fake record label that profits off the delusions of teenagers with rich parents. This all comes a few days after they tried to make people pay to watch the video. No, seriously. She wanted people to pay ($2.99) to witness whatever the hell that was.

TMZ spoke with a rep for Black who tells us, “We can confirm that we submitted a Take Down Notice to YouTube as a result of the dispute we have with Ark Music regarding the Friday video.” As we previously reported, Black’s people have threatened legal action against Ark — claiming the company is wrongfully exploiting her image and her song because Ark does not own the rights to either. SOURCE

No, you mean the record label that feeds off the dreams and delusions of little girls by making embarrassingly bad music videos for them might try to exploit someone? You don’t say. Have you ever noticed that pretty much their entire business structures involves exploiting people? They’re like the NCAA for crazy little girls with parents with too much disposable income.

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