Elijah Daniel's Music Video Was Just BANNED From YouTube For This One Annoying Reason
4 December 2017, 10:54 | Updated: 4 December 2017, 10:56
Elijah Daniel's "Elton John" music video disappeared from YouTube almost as soon as it was shared.
Fans were upset this weekend after the music video for Elijah Daniel's new single "Elton John" vanished from YouTube shortly after it was uploaded.
On December 1st, Elijah Daniel released the music video. But before the day was out, a copyright claim was made against the video by TMZ, allegedly because Elijah used footage belonging to them without permission.
LMAOOOOOO TMZ HAD MY VIDEO REMOVED BECAUSE I SAID "TMZ LEAKIN MY NUDES" AND USED A TINY CLIP OF THEIRS HAHAHAHAAHHAHAHAHA FUCK YOU THE VIDEO WILL BE BACK UP IN 30 SORRY GUYS— LIL PHAG (@elijahdaniel) December 2, 2017
Fans weren't impressed
Me trying to figure out why TMZ is so pressed about the Elton John video... pic.twitter.com/DgfpL8zIeP— lilo (@elijahspidey) December 3, 2017
Although some argued that copyright is copyright, and Elijah should have got permission to use the clip
OR OR OR maybe just don't infringe on copyright law lmao, always obtain permission to use footage that isn't yours. just take responsibility lmao.— Megan 👻 (@nahmegan) December 2, 2017
Luckily the video seems to be staying up on Twitter
Watch the music video for Elijah Daniel's "Elton John" below:
FUCK TMZ AND FUCK YOUTUBE HERE'S THE ELTON JOHN VIDEO AGAIN FOR THE THE FOURTH FUCKING TIME. FUCK CENSORSHIP. pic.twitter.com/N4pA4vPfxM— LIL PHAG (@elijahdaniel) December 3, 2017