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Justin Timberlake's NSFW video "Tunnel Vision"

What would Jessica Biel say?

Justin Timberlake is bringing the heat this summer with his newly released, very NSFW video for his latest single, "Tunnel Vision."

Justin Timberlake

Not to be outdone by Robin Thicke (aka the less charismatic version of JT), Justin Timberlake has out bare-breasted “Blurred Lines” with his newly released not safe for work (NSFW) video for “Tunnel Vision.”

And like “Blurred Lines,” the video for “Tunnel Vision” was also quickly yanked off YouTube for violating the website's nudity policy.

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“Tunnel Vision” has everything that a NSFW video of 2013 needs to have.

Naked ladies? Check.

Nude-colored thongs? Check.

Fully clothed men? Check.

Just in time for Independence Day, Justin let the fireworks fly as the video was announced Wednesday on his Twitter feed.

“Check out the new video for Tunnel Vision and be ready...it's explicit. -teamJT."

Well, you can’t say he was lying.

For a full 7 minutes, Justin dances around in a bare (pun intended) room singing his slow jam.

Now at first, you see smokey, steamy images of women and you think, “Wait, was that a…” or “I think she just showed her… .”

However, by the end of the video you have seen more bare breasts than Motley Crüe’s Tommy Lee.

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Plus, just when you think you’ve seen enough, JT’s image is then projected onto the topless women. The video eventually gets to the point where you’re not sure if you are looking at nipples or Timberlake’s eyes.

Timberlake’s producer on the track, Timbaland, makes some quick appearances as well and as the two Timbers dance so do the topless models.

Now, unlike “Blurred Lines,” there is no tongue-in-cheek tomfoolery with stuffed animals and mylar balloons. No, the ladies are very serious about being topless and their sexy dancing.

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"Tunnel Vision" is Timberlake's third single from The 20/20 Experience, following "Suit & Tie" and "Mirrors."

We have the video below, but it is not safe for work. It is also not safe to play in a public place like a Starbucks or on a bus.

It’s definitely an after 9 p.m. sort of video, if you know what I mean. So check your surroundings, make sure you’re in a safe place and when the coast is clear, click "play" below.

TELL US

So what did you think of JT's explicit video? Was it art, or just too much nudity? Let us know in the comments below.
Photo credit: Lavinia Fontana/Future Image/WENN.com
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