No girls allowed… unless they’re 18 or older.

YouTube slapped a restriction on Madonna’s new video for “Girl Gone Wild,” saying it breaches “community guidelines.” The black-and-white video is five minutes of Madonna writhing in chains, dressing like a sexy soccer referee, and crying mascara tears. But it’s the interspersed images of bare-chested men fondling Madonna and showing off bare butts that probably prompted Google — YouTube’s parent company — to force would-be viewers to sign in and prove their age.

In a Facebook chat, Madonna told Jimmy Fallon  she wasn’t happy with the decision to restrict her video, saying, “But I’m supposed to be a girl gone wild in the video. How can you go wild and not grind?”

 

Credit: YouTube Photo: Madonna's "Girl Gone Wild" Video

Madonna caused more controversy at Miami’s Ultra Music Festival on March 24 when she wore some hot pants that bared quite a bit of her own behind and asked, “How many people in this crowd have seen Molly?” The question refernced slang for the drug MDMA, and artist Deadmau5 called Madonna a “f***ing idiot” for promoting drug culture.

Oh, Deadmau5. Don’t you know you can’t keep a girl gone wild down?

Sources: Herald Sun, NME, E!

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Credit: YouTube Photo: Madonna Shows Off Her Assets at the Ultra Music Festival on March 24, 2012