The latest iteration of MTV’s “90s” brand, the “Black Eyed Peas” video, has been pulled from YouTube due to “offensive content.”
The clip, from 1980s MTV, features an Israeli couple kissing and having sex.
But the clip has been removed from YouTube in the past due to the country’s ongoing war with Hamas.
The clip has had thousands of views on YouTube, but the clip was pulled for a similar reason on Facebook and Twitter.
The video was pulled due to offensive content posted by Israeli Jews on Facebook, according to a Facebook post by the company.
The Facebook post also said that the video “has been removed by a third party because of its content and was deemed offensive.”
The “Black Eyes” video was originally uploaded to YouTube on November 15, 1980, by Israeli comedian, writer and producer Mordechai Vardi.
The Vardi clip is the latest iteration in MTV’s viral “90’s” brand.
It debuted in 2011 and was one of the most popular videos in YouTube’s history, reaching more than 14 million views in two years.
The Israeli version, called “90S Black Eyed,” features a couple kissing.
(YouTube/MTV)In 2014, the video was removed for “offensive and violent content,” according to MTV.
In 2015, the company removed the video because of the countrys war with the Islamic State group, according the channel’s Twitter account.
A Facebook user asked MTV’s social media team for clarification on why the video has been taken down, and was told the company was “taking this action to protect our community.”
“We don’t know the reasons behind this decision, but we are in contact with the creators and will respond to their concerns,” the social media company said in a statement.
Vardi and his co-writer, Michael Chabon, are Jewish.
Vardi is the director of the “90” video series, and he has written numerous pieces for MTV.
The “Black and White” video also features Israeli actors.