begins with a new video, but it also includes a new title.
According to the title, “Lucky You” is about “a young man who takes advantage of a good job and a family of three to save his life.”
The article adds that the video “couldn’t be more different from its predecessors.”
The title, which was featured on the Times’ website earlier this week, is an ironic nod to the video’s name.
The video has a music video by New York rapper and artist, Young Jeezy, which featured a similar title.
Jeezy’s music video “Lazy Boy” was released in 2016.
The Times article has been widely covered on Twitter, with users expressing surprise that the article would use a title that could be interpreted as offensive to minorities.
The music video for “Losing My Mind” was originally titled “Laughing at My Pain.”
The title changed to “Lying at My Funeral.”
The Times’ headline and headline image are also in the article.
The article continues with an image of a tree that is supposed to be “Loyal to the Tree.”
The article includes a quote from the Times, which reads, “In the spirit of a man who knew how to make something beautiful, a piece of music called ‘Lucky you’ was created in the hopes that it would be a reminder of the joys and sorrows of life.”
In a tweet, the Times said the video was not intended to offend anyone.