CupcakKe's one of hip hop's most unique forces right now. Her music shares a different perspective that's not often found in music, focusing on body and sex positive messages and empowering women. Some of her music does have raunchy aspects to it to an extent but, it's part of why people love her so much. However, it looks like YouTube wasn't feeling some of her visual content as they've taken down two of her music videos due to "nudity/sexual content."

CupcakKe took to Twitter today to to put YouTube on blast for taking down her music videos for "Deepthroat" and "Duck Duck Goose" due to what they claim as nudity and sexual content. "Deepthroat" was sitting at 23 million views by the time it was removed."

"I kn[ow] the fuck y'all didn't deleted deepthroat video off YouTube at 23 million views @YouTube PUT IT BACK UP NOW," she wrote.

Shortly after, she noticed they deleted "Duck Duck Goose" and the rapper threatened to delete her YouTube channel entirely if they take down one more video. 

She later revealed that they did message her about nudity. 

"Sad thing is , is they sent me a message talking about nudity . When I'm not nude In not one video . I have on pasties so what's really going on," she wrote.

YouTube has since put "Deepthroat" back on their platform but "Duck Duck Goose" is still removed.