The Internet broke yesterday when Kate Upton, the 2012 Sports Illustrated swimsuit model and that girl that made love to a Carl’s Jr. burger, uploaded a video that featured her demonstrating the “Cat Daddy” dance move while wearing a teeny, tiny bikini.
For those of you that missed it, too bad, the video has been pulled from YouTube for “violating their policy on nudity or sexual content.”
Oh now you really want to see it? Attention curious men, if you want to be unproductive at work for the next 2 minutes, you can still watch the video on Vimeo.
The video was “directed” by the infamous Terry Richardson. If you aren’t familiar with Terry Richardson, he’s that famous photographer known for doing sexy photoshoots with Hollywood’s starlets. He’s got a creepy handlebar mustache and if you ever see him driving around town in a large, white, windowless van, run far, far away.
In the video, Kate wears a bikini that's created for a toddler and demonstrates the “Cat Daddy” dance as popularized by rap collective the Rej3ctz. However, her bathing suit basically falls off and the video replays itself in slow motion, this is the point in which it violates YouTube’s policy on “nudity.”
This isn’t Kate Upton’s first “instructional dance video.” Last year she made headlines when she (fully clothed) danced to Cali Swag District’s “Teach Me How to Dougie” in a YouTube clip filmed at an LA Clippers game.