The controversial new video from Kanye West, 'Flashing Lights', has been under fire recently due to the graphic images it contains.See Also:
Rita G, a Playboy Playmate from Houston, Texas, stars in the video for West's new single and is seen beating the rapper while he is tied up in the trunk of a car.
She defends Kanye by saying that this was an expertly planned scene that West had made, to ensure it was thought provoking.
"It's so funny. This video will go over a lot of people's heads - and it's supposed to. I think it's great that it does. Because Kanye is just on another level; he's ahead of his time, in a sense." She tells MTV.
"So all the third-graders who come home from school and want to watch videos and snap their fingers and all that, they're probably gonna think, 'That video is wack, but that chick got a fat ass.'
"And that's fine. But people in higher positions, they're gonna see something different. They're gonna get it, people who are thinkers."
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