‘Gangnam Style’ Singer Sang Anti-American Lyrics, Slated To Perform Before Obama Dec. 21

The singer of “Gangnam Style,” who is slated to perform before President Barack Obama on December 21 during the annual “Christmas in Washington” concert, participated in an anti-American rally and concert in South Korea in 2004 in which he rapped lyrics that wished for the “daughters, mothers, daughters-in-law, and fathers” of “f***ing Yankees” and U.S. troops associated with torturing Iraqis to be killed “slowly and painfully.”

PSY, whose real name is Park Jae-sang, participated in another anti-American demonstration and concert in 2002 in which he slammed a mock-up of an American tank on stage and smashed it to pieces. PSY was protesting the Status of Forces Agreement that prevented American soldiers who accidentally ran over and killed two South Korean civilians from being tried in South Korea’s courts.

These incidents occurred before PSY gained worldwide fame with “Gangnam Style,” the dance song and video that is the most watched YouTube video in history and one of the most downloaded songs ever.

In 2004, after Islamic radicals captured and beheaded a South Korean missionary, PSY used this opportunity to condemn the terrorists and South Korea’s president. But he saved his harshest vitriol for America’s troops and military bases, according to a report in HAPS, an English-language Korean magazine.

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  1. Judy says:

    Ban his music from the US. Do you think he feels different today than he did 10 years ago! He wants to cash in that’s the only reason he is now sorry . I have the highest respect for our soldiers and my country I won’t listen to his song. Send him back to Korea.

  2. Anti American Facist says:

    First of all, American soldiers are the biggest shame of this world.
    What we have to BAN is the US military, we have to create a LAW that PROHIBITS americans to have military, and then, just then, we will see if you americans can be forgiven, for everything you did with the third world. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, please go on youtube and search for “Chicago Boys” and the movie “The Shock Doctrine”.

    Americans, wake up before is too late, some day, everything you have been doing with our people will come back, and we will have no mercy.

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