Tana Mongeau has never been one to put a filter on her YouTube videos, or her personal life. So, why wouldn't she share the moment she had her nipple pierced with the world? A complete timeline of Tana Mongeau and Jake Paul's relationship so far The episode begins with Tana chilling in the bath with her mate Imari, you know, as you do. She begins to tell him she's getting her nipples pierced but was advised by her then "friend" but now soon-to-be husband! Jake Paul to only get one nipple done. Well, no, I was going to get two but then Jake, the other day randomly, like he didn't even know I was getting my nipples pierced, we were just having a conversation about piercings and he like just went on this tangent about how two nipple piercings are slutty but one nipple piercing was edgy. Anyway, she headed over to the piercing shop with her roommate Ashley and Imari.
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Because I swear I just saw a music video with a couple quick flashes of nipple. If it can qualify as "art," yes, they allow it. There's a very sexual "artistic" video out there where some women are not wearing underwear. Lots of videos of breast feeding, breast exams, breast augmentation surgeries, etc. For you Babylon 5 fans, yes, it's her. I loved her in Hexed!
Think about it this way: If Justin Timberlake hadn't partially exposed one of Janet Jackson's nipples during that fateful Super Bowl halftime show, you wouldn't be able to watch all the nipples you'd like on your computer today. Ten years ago, Timberlake's promise to "have you naked by the end of this song" as he snatched off a piece of Jackson's bustier was the blink-and-you-missed-it highlight of the game. The so-called Nipplegate resulted in a censorship ruling that went to the Supreme Court, ruined MTV's relationship with the NFL, and made one career while unfairly ruining another. But the nip slip was more than a cautionary tale for producers of live television or fodder for anti-obscenity watchdogs. It made at least two companies realize that when there was a "slip" of any sort on TV, people would want to watch it again and again and again. And again and again.
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