Written By SueJo
YouTube Removes Justin Bieber's "Pray" Video
Last week, according to JSYK.com, singer Justin Bieber tried to upload his new video "Pray" on YouTube to share with his fans. However, when Bieber tried to post it on his channel the day My Worlds Acoustic was released, YouTube immediately took his content down.
"Here it is," Justin tweeted. "We can all make a difference....the OFFICIAL VIDEO for #PRAY www.youtube.com/justinbieber."
Apparently, YouTube removed Bieber's video because it violated their copyright policy.
"Yo youtube...how u gonna block my own song?!?!?! #FAIL." JB wrote, before coming up with an alternate plan. Kind of messed up right? He can't post HIS own videos for HIS own channel? But, a little funny right?
"That was such an #EPICFAIL. But I'm gonna beat the system. www.facebook.com/justinbieber here we come!!" He later added, "Dear youtube...we started this journey and now u r cheatin on me with this vevo chica...i see how it is...i will be over here with facebook."
Luckily for him, his plan to post the video on Facebook was successful. YouTube then used Twitter to send Bieber an apology. "@justinbieber sorry about the upload pain around 'Pray,'" execs for the site wrote. "That's between you and your label but we love you [both] so let's figure this out!" But the real knee slapper is that Justin's label is part of Universal Music Group, which is a part-owner of Vevo. Because the music video is considered to be property of the label, even Justin doesn't have rights to post a non-Vevo version of it on his YouTube page (via JSYK.com).
But everything worked out because "Pray" is now on YouTube/Vevo so, there you go Beliebers, go crazy!
Read MORE to see the Music Video "Pray".....Its extremely touching! Tear!