Sounds like that the South Korean rapper, PSY, may be losing a good chunk of his American fan-base due to newly revealed information about his past. The ‘Gangnam Style’ could quickly turn into ‘Out Of Style!’ – Listen to the Anti-American song.
Hoff post and other news source are spreading word that PSY, the K-pop star behind the famous ‘Gangnam Style‘ YouTube hit, maybe anti-American. ‘Gangnam Style‘ is reaching almost 1 billion views on the YouTube. The news of PSY’s anti-American past could bring that count to a screeching halt.
An Anti-American song that PSY participated in performing is called “Dear American”. According to the Washington Post, he didn’t make the song, but he did sing it along with several other performers during a 2004 concert protesting United States involvement in Iraq. The song is called “Dear American” made by a some what politically motivated South Korean metal-band group, the N.E.X.T. Washington Post kind of hints that N.E.X.T and PSY may not necessarily be sharing the same political views.
Here is the song:
Lyrics to the song are:
Kill those ——- Yankees who have been torturing Iraqi captives
Kill those ——- Yankees who ordered them to torture
Kill their daughters, mothers, daughters-in-law and fathers
Kill them all slowly and painfully
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