Sports Illustrated cover girl Kate Upton stars in a new commercial for Zoo York, a skateboard and apparel company owned by Marc Ecko.
The ad has been banned by most (if not all) TV networks.
MTV and the Adult Swim Network have already banned the ad, the New York Daily News reports, for it’s “bleeped profanity” and Upton’s “erect nipple”.
In the commercial, Kate Upton stretches and runs in tight activewear.
As the talking bugs debate which pipes they’d like to “grind” and “wax,” lovely Kate comes jogging into the scene. Cue the double entendres and a conclusion with some very colorful language.
Putting aside the fact that you can’t exactly put the word “c**ksucker” on basic cable, we’re not totally seeing the alleged “erect nipple” peccadillo. Are you?
Of course, if we’re going to start banning all Kate Upton commercials that are sexy, we might have our hands full; we’ll already have to bid her seductive Carl’s Jr. hamburger commercial a swift adieu.
Of course the commercial was banned. It’s not that bad (really) until the end, and then all that swearing? Of course it’s never going to see the light of day!
What do you think?