PSY Gets a Reaction For ‘Daddy’- Singer Michael Buble Calls it ‘Sad’

By Meghna Subhedhar | 1 year ago
PSY Gets a Reaction For ‘Daddy’-  Singer Michael Buble Calls it ‘Sad’
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Remember the freak hit, “Gangnam Style?” Well, that weird comedian from South Korea is back with a funny new song, “Daddy,” and strangely Canadian singer, Michael Buble is not amused. In fact, the song has left him positively disgruntled; he told the host of the Today Show that the song has irked him so much that he doesn’t want to live in this world any more. Apparently, when PSY makes a joke, “everybody just keeps it running, adding punchline after punchline after punchline.”

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2NE1’s hot rapper CL keeps asking PSY all through the video, “Hey, where do you get that body from?” He shows her that he has got it from his daddy, who in turn had got his from his daddy, who was as much a playa as him. So the video shows three generations of PSY hitting on the ladies and winning their hearts. CL makes a cursory appearance in the video towards the end and she falls for PSY too.

Here’s a statutory warning for the video, the video is hilarious because PSY adds latino dancing to his own brand of crazy dancing. We don’t know if it the special effects (because the Koreans are so clever with the computers) or is it that PSY has picked up some real dancing skills, but the results are super-funny.

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The Daily Mail reported something that puts a hilarious twist on things. The music is so funny that Bluesy pop singer Michael Buble reacted pretty badly when he was shown a clip of the song on the Today Show. “I don’t get it. Honestly, that just made me really sad. No that’s just sad, it makes me sad.” He told the interviewers, “’I don’t want to live in this world anymore.”I don’t really know what to add to that. I’ll just let this piece end with that punchline.

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