Bella Thorne is not happy at all about YouTube’s decision to remove her latest music video. The singer and actress promptly reposted it to her own channel.

She lashed out at the streaming social media website giant via Instagram on Monday night after her song “Shake It” was taken down. She said it didn’t violate YouTube’s code of conduct, and she is calling them out for censoring the girl on girl action within the video.

Hey @youtube – why’d you take down my video for Shake It? Is it because I’m having fun with @dangershewrote? Male artists always have women shaking ass in videos… why can’t we? Censorship against women needs to end!!! I’ll never stop fighting against this bull%h*t. Stay tuned. Also Congrats guys, you broke YouTube! 

Thorne posted a steamy clip from her new music video to that Instagram post. She claims that YouTube took it down because of sexist reasons and males wouldn’t have the same issue. You can check out the video below to see what all the fuss is about.

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