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Charlie Puth Dodges Flaming Arrows, Punches Glass In ‘Dangerously’ Video

Welp, this looks like a good time

Someone please get Charlie Puth some bandages for his bloody knuckles. On Wednesday (November 2), he released the emotional new music video for “Dangerously,” the fourth single from his debut Nine Track Mind. And man, is he having a rough time.

In the clip, a stone-faced ex-girlfriend literally rains fire down on Puth, an appropriate visual for a song with lyrics like, “You are the fire, I'm gasoline.” One arrow hits his arm, cutting through his skin. Halfway through, he angrily punches a mirror, leading to those bloody hands. There's just a lot of first aid necessary here.

I suppose it's just the price you pay for loving someone “Dangerously.”