Should We Be Worried About The Kids In Harry Styles’ “Kiwi” Music Video?

Should We Be Worried About The Kids In Harry Styles' Kiwi Music Video featureHarry Styles continues to tease the upcoming music video for his song “Kiwi.” The singer has tweeted another pic of a kid in a floral suit and a pic of some school girls in colorful, vintage looks. The style of the video seems to fit right in with Harry’s wardrobe.

But the latest teaser pic might be a little more alarming ahead of the video’s Wednesday release. Against a black backdrop, the teaser has a single sentence: a disclaimer about whether or not anyone was hurt during the production process.

“No children or animals were harmed during the making of this film,” the disclaimer reads. It’s a cryptic message that seems to imply that the kids or whatever animals involved might’ve been in harm’s way. Or at least it might look that way in the video.

Should We Be Worried About The Kids In Harry Styles' Kiwi Music Video disclaimer tweetOther than all the kids dressed in child-sized Harry suits, not much is known about the impending visual. The track is about a woman’s sex appeal–reportedly that of New Zealand model and Nick Jonas paramour Georgia Fowler–leaving many surprised at a music video with a bunch of kids.

The track’s resounding chorus of “I’m having your baby, it’s none of your business” could be proof that Harry is feeling a little fatherly. That could explain his schoolteacher vibes for the video.

The song has been a big hit live, but has presented some safety concerns for Harry. Fans have been throwing the titular fruit on stage at his concerts, leading to some slippery snafus. Hopefully, his visual doesn’t flop like he does after stepping on a kiwi.

See another teaser pic from the video below.

(Photo credit: “The Late Late Show with James Corden” YouTube account)

Should We Be Worried About The Kids In Harry Styles' Kiwi Music Video teaser

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