It’s been two and half years since Rebecca Black’s epic video “Friday” went viral on YouTube, and now the singer is critiquing her own work for the first time.
Black, who received instant fame at 13-year-old from millions of YouTube hits for the widely criticized music video, says she thought it would be fitting to release the video on Friday because it was Black Friday and her last name is Black.
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