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PopWrapped | Celebrities

Rebecca Black Admits She'll Never Live Down "Friday"

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Updated 11/26/2013 6:29pm
Rebecca Black Admits She'll Never Live Down
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Sunil Gangarh

Staff Writer

Teen star Rebecca Black has recently admitted that she’ll never be able to get away from the drama caused by her debut single ‘Friday’. The song, which was released in 2011, was heavily criticised after going viral and features questionable lyrics and was accompanied by a cheesy video. Black, who was only 13 at the time of the song’s release, was subjected to constant online abuse and has admitted previously that it is difficult to deal with death threats to her and her family. The singer now worries about explaining the situation to her future children saying on Twitter, “It’s really weird to think that one day I’ll have to explain ‘Friday’ to my children.” She added, “I’m never gonna be able to live that one down.” Black now recently posts videos of all sorts on her YouTube channel and has recently impressed viewers with covers of songs such as ‘Wrecking Ball’ by Miley Cyrus and ‘Stay’ by Rihanna.

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