Video for ‘Stupid Girls’ was released in 2006, three years after Paris Hilton’s sex tape leaked
paris hilton was the subject of controversy 20 years ago, when he was 19, with a leak of a sex tape with the then boyfriend, Rick Salomon. Three years later, in 2006, pink made a parody of this in the video for “Stupid Girls,” music that is part of the disc I’m Not Dead. Now, Hilton talked about it and criticized the singer, according to information from The Hollywood Reporter.
It is worth remembering how, in 2004, solomon sold the uncut version of sex tape. Already the clip of “Stupid Girls” show pink on a bed with a man behind her, in positions and shots similar to the controversial video.
As the site reported, in the book Paris: The Memoirthe actress and socialite spoke about how she was pressured to participate in the sex tapebut felt ashamed and unsupported by pink, which she always considered “generous, evolved and progressive.” Furthermore, Hilton stated how he had no rivalry with the “brilliant” singer, who always “sang about outcasts and girls with ambition, but I didn’t want to see that in me.”
“When everyone was talking about a sex tape of a certain teenage girl from a soon-to-be-hit TV show – a girl who said emphatically that she didn’t want the tape lying around – the highlight was ‘Stupid Girl,'” he wrote Hilton.
The entire video is an unsubtle upload of ‘paparazzi porn girls’ in general, and me specifically, in a parody of my infamous sex tape.
Below, watch the clip for “Stupid Girls,” in pink:
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