"Asian Girlz" Pulled From YouTube But Lives on Via Taiwanese Animation
From "Asian Girlz" by Day Above Ground / YouTube.
The horrifically racist "Asian Girlz" song by crap-tastic L.A. band Day Above Ground will be pulled from YouTube, the act announced this week. But it will live on via Next Media Animation, the Taiwanese studio best known for putting Tiger Woods' marital meltdown into moving pictures.
The folks at Next Media have some critical things to say about the band. In fact, their video includes a special appearance by ...
... Sum Ting Wong and Wi Tu Lo, those fake names for pilots in last month's Asiana Airlines crash that were famously aired by Bay Area TV station KTVU.
A Next Media rep tells us:
We've selected a few choice words for Day Above Ground and [video model] Levy Tran, and combined this summer's worst video with this summer's worst news reporting.
The piece riffs on some of the stereotypes aired in the song, including a reference to a lady part:
Captains Sum Ting Wong and Wi Tu Lo are angry once again. ... Wi Tu Lo is pissed because ... [he] has yet to see the legendary, but rarely seen, ninja pussy the song 'sings' about.
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