South Korean pop singer PSY’s anti-American past has surfaced and causing major controversy.
Turns out the ‘Gangnam Style’ singer performed at a 2002 concert opposing the 37,000 U.S. troops stationed on the Korean Peninsula, according to Mediaite.
PSY reportedly went on stage and lifted a model U.S. tank that he later smashed to pieces on the ground.
According to Korean website BusanHaps.com, PSY his performance was in reaction to the death of two Korean schoolgirls that were killed after being involved in an accident with an American military vehicle.
During another protest concert, PSY reportedly rapped in a song: "Kill those f---ing Yankees who have been torturing Iraqi captives/Kill those f---ing Yankees who ordered them to torture/Kill their daughters, mothers, daughters-in-law and fathers/Kill them all slowly and painfully."
Ironically enough, PSY has appeared on American shows as Ellen and Today to promote his hit song.
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