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Babyhairs Comedy Duo, Director Jonathan David Kane, Team to Free Breasts (NSFW)

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What do you get when you cross Miami's self described raunchiest female comedy duo, Babyhairs, with Jonathan David Kane, one of the city's up and coming directing talents (and one of our 100 Creatives)?  If you said "Titties Free" you'd be right, and something of prophet and pervert. You'd also have three elements of an aspiring viral video--babes, boobs, and somebody who knows how to point a video camera.  

Sure, it doesn't hurt that the subject of the video is free flowing female breasteses--the all time No. 1 Googled item in history (we just made that up, but feel safe that it's not too far off the mark).  Shot earlier this year in Homestead, on a string bra budget, the video is Babyhairs homage to bra burning. Check out the NSFW video after the jump.

The video was shot with natural lighting as Babyhairs, made up of the

alter egos of actress Shira Abergel and musician Sol Ruiz, asked Kane to

help them get nasty, on a budget. Kane says he drove around Homestead

looking for the right sets. "(I) broke into vacant lots to find ideal

trashy locations and then waited till the sun was just right.  The girls

sat down and just performed till the sunlight went away and then we

moved onto the next location."

BABYHAIRS - T*****s Free from Jonathan David Kane on Vimeo.

The images of boobies in the video were found on Youtube. "I figured if

Youtube deems this stuff legal, then I can put it in my video," Kane

says. "Titties Free" is off Babyhairs' album "Scissors (Live at

Churchills)." Check out their Facebook page.

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