The Hit New Song ‘Asian Girlz’ Is Even More Racist Than It Sounds

Chuck. It’s Marvin. Your cousin, Marvin Berry. You know that new racist sound you’re looking for? Well, listen to this: “I love your creamy yellow thighs/Ooh your slanted eyes/It’s the Year of the Dragon/Ninja p*ssy I’m stabbin’.”

That line comes from Sugar Ray sound-meets-Crazy Town style Day Above Ground, who tried to pull an LFO with their new song “Asian Girlz,” except somehow failed even more miserably than, “Billy Shakespeare wrote a whole bunch of sonnets.” For instance: “Yeah, shark soup (What? F*ck it, we’ll eat it).” And let’s not forget: “You age so well/I can barely tell/17 or 23?/Baby doesn’t matter to me.” But guys, they’re not racist.

This song is us, Day Above Ground, making fun of ourselves (and many, many other guys) obsession with the always lovely, Asian Woman. It pushes this concept to an absurd level, but at the same time is endearing & submissive.. WE ARE NOT RACIST, HAHA! I mean, look at our band, it’s multicultural!! The guy in the bow-tie, our cutie bass player, was born in Indonesia, and he steals the show!! Please don’t take this tongue-in-cheek tribute to some of the most gorgeous women on the planet too seriously!!

You’ll ruin the fun of it all!! Thanks for watching, sincerely!! (Via)

I wasn’t sure how to feel about the video until seeing that “HAHA.” Clisis sorved. (Dammit.)

UPDATE: The YouTube Comments are somehow way more racist than the song.

(Via Gawker)