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Jacuzzi Boys' "Glazin'" Video: NSFW but Only Legal Vaginas

It's been tough for internet poon hounds to score some eye-filling views of the Jacuzzi Boys' (un)official "Glazin'" video the past few days because the thing keeps getting taken down and put up somewhere else. The Jacuzzi Gals -- who semi-notoriously dressed up their vaginas as famous mouths to sing along with the song -- remain undeterred, however.

Update: The Jacuzzi Gals have launched their own website to host the "Glazin'" video in all of its uncensored glory.

A "censored" version of the video is now circulating the web -- and it's a lot like one of those rap videos from the late '90s with the brand names blurred off Snoop Dogg's T-shirts. A few things you will definitely not see in this version of the video: Fidel Castro chomping on a Cohiba cigar, Homer Simpson, Jabba the Hut, Insane Clown Posse's Violent J, LeBron James, and Ronald McDonald. It seems that the vaginas were not the issue -- there are still plenty in the clip -- but the potential brand damage was. Attached is a note: "I duno I totally thought it was satire or parody but what do we know, we just made it- gotta be careful in the USA! IT'S hard JUST to be a fan these days !!!" We couldn't agree more.




Some resourceful internet searchers might be wise to check overseas hosts if they want to see the uncensored version of the clip. But who knows where those might lurk.

And, since the dudes are actually great to watch, please also view these expertly filmed (by GemsNYC.com) versions of "Cool Vapors" and "Glazin'." These come from the JBs' recently completed tour, which we all discussed here.
 





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