Rebecca Black Addresses Haters in 'My Moment' Music Video
Rebecca Black has just released her second single "My Moment". Written by Brandon "Blue" Hamilton (Justin Bieber), the song seems to be specifically written for her. It celebrates her defying all odds to rise to pop stardom, and shrugs off the haters who keep pestering her due to much-ridiculed single "Friday".
"Were you the one who said that I would be nothing? Well, I'm about to prove you wrong, I'm not the only one who believes in something. My one wish is about to come true," the YouTube sensation sings the self-empowerment lyrics. "Haters, said I'll see you later. Can't talk to you right now, I'm getting my paper."
At the same time, the YouTube sensation dropped visuals for the song. The clip doesn't stray away from the story of the song. It captures her "fairytale story" to fame and her hectic schedule as the new pop star. It features her walking the red carpet, signing autographs for fans, recording in a studio with her young band, and doing a rehearsal with some dancers.
On Twitter, Rebecca revealed that the dancers who share screen with her are those coming from "So You Think You Can Dance". She also proudly shared that her YouTube Channel was crashed due to overloaded viewers. "There are SO many people are trying to watch #mymoment all at once, which is why it says the video is unavailable!): ," she tweeted.
However, the song collected more "dislikes" than "likes". Just a few hours after it was released on the video-sharing website, it has already racked up over 40,000 "thumb-downs". The number continues to grow rapidly in just a matter of minutes by adding another 1,000 "dislikes".
Rebecca Black's "My Moment " music video
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