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Psy's "Champion" Criticized for Racist Words?

Psy's popularity has been soaring since the release of his new song, "Gangnam Style." He has become so popular that people have started to listen to his past songs as well. However, he has been receiving criticism for his song from 10 years ago called, "Champion."
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Psy's "Champion" Criticized for Racist Words?
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Psy's popularity has been soaring since the release of his new song, "Gangnam Style." He has become so popular that people have started to listen to his past songs as well. However, he has been receiving criticism for his song from 10 years ago called, "Champion."

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Recently on YouTube, there have been comments about this song being racist.

In the lyrics, there are phrases that include a word that sounds like the world "nigger." In reality, this korean phrase means "You." Internet users left comments asking what this word means and why he is being racist.

However, this crisis seems to have come to and end, thanks to all the Korean fans that left comments letting them know that the phrase actually means "you" or "you are."

Psy's "Gangnam Style" has received over 49 million hits on YouTube and is becoming known world wide.

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