Chloe Lattanzi, 25-year-old daughter of Olivia Newton-John, is clearly going through a rebellious phase: This video is surely the antithesis of her Mother's portrayal of the squeaky-clean Sandy in Grease. Graphic images ahead.
In "Play With Me," Chloe acts out killing herself in a multitude fo ways: by electrocution in the bathtub, slitting her wrist, by shooting herself in the head, and another time by snorting cocaine. Each time, she's next to a man who we presume is to be her lover (but, um, why is he dropping a deuce on the john while she's in the tub?). We have no idea what's going on here, but we don't like it.
Chloe has taken to YouTube with a video response, where she suggests her reason for the violence is because "it's an artist's job to challenge ideas. So that's what I'm doing." She continues, "As you can see, I'm a very well-adjusted person. We have morals, and values, and respect life. It's quite obvious." Why all of the death? "It's purely just for artistic value: I don't want to kill myself, I don't want to die, I don't want to kill anybody." To her critics, she asks them to "bring on the negativity because I am a good person." Sure you are, but are you a good songwriter? Eh.