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PSY’s Anti-American Past Uncovered

Psy, South Korean hip-hop artistThe South Korean rapper who unleashed “Gangnam Style” onto the world, apparently unleashed some disdain toward America in the past.

Throughout a 2002 concert designed as a protest contrary to the presence of U. S. troops in Korea, PSY found a model “American tank” and proceeded to smash it on the floor, Mediaite reports.

The performance was a reply to the acquittal of two U. S. soldiers who was simply charged with killing two 13-year-old Korean schoolgirls once they were hit by an American armored vehicle driven by the soldiers.

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Then, in 2004, whenever a South Korean missionary was beheaded in Iraq to protest the country’s decision to assist the U. S in its war with Iraq.

PSY performed on a song that included the lyrics, “Kill those f–king Yankees who have been torturing Iraqi captives/Kill those f–king Yankees who ordered them to torture/Kill their daughters, mothers, daughter-in-law and fathers/Kill them all slowly and painfully.”

Meanwhile, the music video for “Gangnam Style” recently became the most-watched YouTube video ever, and PSY himself, based on the Hollywood Reporter, has recently earned $8. 1 million up to now because of the hit song.

Guess time will tell if these latest revelations will impact each one of these accomplishments.