Asian girlz

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The band Day Above Ground is removing their controversial song "Asian Girlz" from the Internet after they say fans misunderstood the seemingly racist song. In a message posted on the band's YouTube channel they claimed that the song, which is comprised of Asian stereotypes, was meant to be satire. The lyrics, story, and visuals are so completely over-the-top and ridiculous that we thought it'd be impossible to miss the point. The lyrics of the song touch on nearly every Asian stereotype out there. The messages prompted the band to rethink their video, and singer Joe Anslem told FOX the song would be removed from YouTube and their website Sunday at midnight. I know I lost respect from a lot of ppl.

Band removing 'Asian Girlz' song, video after racist backlash

Why "Asian Girlz" Is Both Innocuous and Infuriating

A model from San Jose dances in skimpy clothing and lingerie as five guys in a band serenade her from a bird cage. By Thursday afternoon, it had more than , views. The video also is slammed with comments accusing the band of being racist and sexist, with sexually-violent lyrics. I'm sure it's hard for a lot of people to believe that, but we've all had close relationships with the Asian community, Asian people," said Joe Anselm, the band's lead singer. It's just, it's hard to believe we're getting this kind of backlash. The backlash has also hit the female star of the video, Levy Tran. She took to Twitter to apologize and said the video was meant to be light-hearted and fun.

Q&A: 'Asian Girlz' Singer Joe Anselm of Day Above Ground

Today in horrible people doing horrible things: Day Above Ground released a song called "Asian Girlz," and it's about as bad way worse than you could possibly imagine. Judging by the reactions , "Asian Girlz" is either the most racist thing ever or just the most racist thing you'll see all day. Here's what happens in the music video: The band is trapped in a bird cage while an Asian model strips out of a prim outfit to reveal lingerie and tattoos, while said band sings about things like fried rice and "buttf--king all night. While this is happening, every member of the band goes on a date with an Asian girl, nights chronicled in Polaroid snapshots. THEN, the model in question picks up the bird cage and takes it and the band to the bathroom where she -- of course -- draws a bubble bath and lets the miniature non-musicians out for a dive into the water.
With lyrics such as "I love your creamy yellow thighs," and "ooh your slanted eyes," it's not hard to imagine why many music lovers have been outraged about one Los Angeles-based band's new music video. Day Above Ground's "Asian Girlz" premiered last week on YouTube to a flurry of negative criticism for its "racist" lyrics, including a post in which the Angry Asian Man blog highlighted it as "the worst thing ever made. The lyrics, he added, "are sexist and racist and at the very end [they] prove it by going through a litany of Asian thinks like sushi, noodles and Bruce Lee It's not really about Asians as people, it's Asian from the perspective of these guys But in a Friday morning interview, Day Above Ground lead singer Joe Anselm said the song is not racist "because no one in the band is racist.