Almost as soon as she is totally nude, Badu is shot in the head, falling near the same grassy knoll near where President Kennedy was shot in Instead of blood, animated words that spell out "groupthink" leak from her head on the sidewalk. They feel more comfortable in groups, less guilt to swallow. They are us. This is what we have become, afraid to respect the individual. On Sunday night, the singer was active on Twitter , explaining the video, which was directed by Coodie.
**NSFW** Erykah Badu’s “Window Seat” Uncensored Version
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The video featured Erykah Badu in a tub along with her sister Nayrok as a body double for the nude scenes. The video featured her in a bathtub with water and then Nayrok took over when Wayne insisted on shooting full nudity in a tub of gooey glitter and, um, fake semen. The problem arose when a version of the video was released on Vimeo by Wayne Coyne that was not approved by Erykah and needless to say, she was beyond pissed. Not only for releasing a video that she did not approve, but also because Wayne then followed it up with tweets that showed nude photos of Erykah Badu and Nayrok photos below. While it was a video shoot she willingly participated in that he was showing and photos from the photo shoot that he himself had taken and she was aware of, the problem stemmed from rough cuts that Erykah felt were in poor taste and that she felt were simply opportunistic.
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Erykah Badu has been charged with disorderly conduct after stripping naked for her new music video. Shot in Dallas on 13 March, the video courted controversy from the start. Directors Coodie and Chike allegedly did not obtain permits for the shoot, which Badu said was done "guerrilla-style, [with] no crew, one take, no closet set, no warning". Across the five-minute slow-jam, Badu walks through the city's Dealey Plaza, stripping naked, falling to the ground — as if shot — at the site of John F Kennedy's assassination. At the time, nobody complained, according to Rolling Stone.