[NSFW] The Top 10 BET Uncut Videos You Know You Watched As A Teen

August 7, 2015  |  
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After The Game’s season finale this week, BET announced it was reviving their most infamous show ever, Uncut. The latter premiered in 2001 and aired Wednesdays through Fridays at 3 AM EST and showcased the raunchiest music videos known to man. For many millennials, Uncut debuted while they were in either junior or high school, therefore, making the TV-MA-rated program forbidden by many parents. But for many kids during that time, where there is a will, there is a way. Thanks to school vacations and sleepovers, BET Uncut was viewed by the underage, salacious lyrics were learned, and twerk sessions were had. No matter what side of the Uncut fence you’re on, we guarantee you watched the following videos when you should’ve been sleeping. So feel free to raunchily reminisce before the Change.org petition is launched.

1) What That Thang Smell Like- Black Jesus

“What That Thang Smell Like” was an Uncut classic. With its low-quality production and catchy hook, the video depicted several club scenes of men in ill-fitting pimp suits, their bottles and favorite strippers.

2) Back That A** Up- Juvenile

Juvenile had everyone from your Auntie to your best friend in this video for what is now dubbed as the Twerk National Anthem.

3)Shorty Wanna Ride- Young Buck

This video from G-Unit member Young Buck was one to remember. Not only did it feature Malinda Williams (#random but cute,) it also showcased Young Buck’s opinion about the 2004 Presidential election, Illuminati and Iraqi War.

4) F**cking- David Banner (Touching-Clean Version)

Rapper-turned-CNN Commentator David Banner release this song a year before Uncut was canceled by BET. By the looks of the comments, many women wish to slow dance to this number. Do you?

5) Pull Up- Mr. Vegas

Dancehall became mainstream in the U.S. during the early millennium, with Mr.Vegas being one of its leading artists. This video showcased girls in revealing outfits and Cirque Du Soleil positions.

6) Shake That A**- Mystikal

This club banger from Mystikal, AKA the James Brown of Hip Hop, still goes hard to this day and despite its lyrical content, Mystikal had a variety of women featured in the video.

7) Lap Dance- N*E*R*D

If this video premiered today, I am certain Pharrell would have received more backlash than his GIRL album because of the lack of black women featured in the video.

8) I Luv- Too $hort Featuring Trick Daddy, Scarface, Daz

The first video and lyrics that taught us the how to gain a financial sponsor.

9) My Neck, My Back- Khia

You know you used to sing this at lunch time. #DontLie

10) Tip Drill- Nelly Featuring The St. Lunatics

It is 2015 and “Tip Drill” remains the most controversial music video to date.

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