Having trouble watching the first clip? That’s because the new music video of “Peanut Butter” (by RuPaul featuring Big Freedia) has been tagged with an “Adult Warning” message on YouTube, which means that you have to sign into your Google account and verify that you “understand and wish to proceed” before you view such salacious material. Yes, “Peanut Butter” is chock full o’ nuts, but why is that more objectionable than some good old-fashioned T-and-A? The bottom video is Mr. Ghetto’s “Jailhouse Bounce”, which the kids can watch without all jumping through all the “Peanut Butter” hurdles. Now, we love Mr. Ghetto and would never wish YouTube restriction upon him, but why are juicy asses and bouncy titties set to the tune of “bend it over, bust it open, so I can beat my meat” less inappropriate than guys in underwear backing it up with covered-up nads? Hell, you can see David Beckham’s junk on billboards and bus stops all along Main Street (and aren’t we all for the better because of that?) Isn’t it about time Pit Crews were allowed to do the same?