Youths Protected From Despacito For The Seconds It Takes To Find On YouTube



PUTRAJAYA:   Last night, Radio Televisyen Malaysia (RTM) ceased all broadcasts of the global smash hit song, Despacito on national TV and radio stations protecting the nation’s youth from its sexually charged themes for the valuable seconds it takes someone to find it on YouTube.

“Once the old radio in the kitchen my mother listens to stopped playing Despacito, I figured I’d never hear it again,” admitted 14-year-old impressionable youngster, Faisal Abu Bakar, “but then seconds later I remembered I could still find it on YouTube, Spotify and a thousand streaming Internet radio stations around the world!”

Faisal’s mother has admitted she’s not pleased with her son’s interest in Despacito recalling in her youth, she listened to more wholesome, international songs that didn’t have such suggestive lyrics like Marvin Gaye’s ‘Sexual Healing,’ Prince’s ‘Kiss’, ‘Relax’ by Frankie Goes To Hollywood and Madonna’s ‘Like a Virgin.’

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