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Rihanna's video for 'S&M' sparks more controversy

Rihanna's new video for her single 'S&M' has been subject to extensive age restrictions. 

The NME reports that the visuals for her new single have been "banned in 11 countries" and video hosting site YouTube has flagged it up as unsuitable for viewers aged 18 and under. 'S&M', as the title suggests, shows a lot of bondage gear, scenes of domination and also very revealing outfits paired with equally as suggestive actions but has still racked up over 4 million views since its release three days ago on February 1.

Rihanna even discussed the video's controversy with her fans on Twitter and spoke about the censorship, saying:

"they watched Umbrella...I was full nude"

Watch the full video for 'S&M' here: