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Rebecca Black's 'Friday' pulled from YouTube

We are sad to say that tomorrow, your usual Friday ritual of posting the Rebecca Black video to your Facebook will not be happening. Instead, YouTube will give you this, "This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Rebecca Black."
/ Source: E!online

We are sad to say that today, your usual Friday ritual of posting the Rebecca Black video to your Facebook will not be happening. (Is that just us?)

Instead, YouTube will give you this, "This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Rebecca Black."

Oh, and a "Sorry about that."

Yeah, they'd better be sorry!

So what happened?

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TMZ spoke with a rep for Black who says, "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."

Apparently, Team Black was not happy with Ark, saying the company is wrongfully exploiting her image and song because it doesn't own the rights to either.

The only power Ark really has is over the YouTube account. And earlier this week, they set up the "Friday" video as a $2.99 YouTube video rental. That didn't sit well with Rebecca's camp.

I guess we'll never really know which seat she'll take in her friend's car. But at least we have another "Friday" video to watch now, and Black's in it!

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