Eddie Van Halen’s Widow Janie Makes A Complaint About Being Censored By All Social Media Platforms But Youtube
On a recent Instagram post, Eddie Van Halen’s widow Janie Van Halen revealed that she got censored by the social media platforms besides YouTube.
As you might already know, Janie and her dancing partner Louie started a DJ Livestream on YouTube about four days ago, and they shared the video on social media accounts.
However, all the social media platforms decided to shut down the videos because of the copyrighted content except YouTube, even though they legally purchased the songs they played.
While Janie was saying that they were doing it just for a fun and it even cost them money, she also invited her followers to join them on YouTube for uninterrupted content on Sunday.
Here is what Janie Van Halen said:
“We DJ for fun and for your enjoyment, not for profit. It actually costs us money as we legally and responsibly purchase our songs that we play for you, and yet we are muted, cut off, and blocked on all platforms except YouTube.
We invite you to follow us there at janieandlouie for clear, uninterrupted Sundays at 5 pm PST. Thank you.”
You can check out the picture below.