New Fall Out Boy video removed from iTunes

Pete Wentz unhapy with product placement in 'I Don't Care' clip

New Fall Out Boy video removed from iTunes
Pete Wentz has expressed his dissatisfaction at a new Fall Out Boy music video, after a phone company had rather too much product placement in the clip.

On his blog, Wentz said that the video the band worked on for ‘I Don’t Care’ was not the one that aired, and that they were not aware of the addition of the camera phone shots that ended up in the video.

The video went on sale on iTunes, and was full of product placement of Nokia phones, reports rollingstone.com, prompting Wentz to have the clip removed from iTunes and Youtube.

Wentz blogged: “This will probably end up deleted either by me or someone else but the version of the video that we worked on night after night is not the version that aired. Yet somehow a cut full of glorious camera phone shots did. Just to let you know. It doesn’t make any sense to us.”

Dad-to-be Wentz also said that any deals done with the phone company would benefit a good cause and not Fall Out Boy saying:

“That bag of money is being donated straight to a cause far more worthy.”

--By our New York staff.
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