Post by Deleted on Jul 25, 2015 6:25:41 GMT
I laughed. I couldn't answer you because it was 01:00AM in my country. I had to pack my things and get some sleep.
And I AM ALSO AN ASIAN, idk which country you are from - India? - but I am sure that you are at least not a Japanese.
I don't know about India, but countries in East Asia - including Japan - are the coldest, colorless countries you will ever find.
"Colorful and creative." Sorry, but even if you are an asian, that actually feels like insult 'cause it's not true at all. Just because YOUR country is colorful, don't assume that others are.
The thing you see in Hello Kitty music video? That's not how Japan actually is. Calling that video "Racist" is so untrue because Avril Lavigne loves Japan, but you should agree that "HK" is based on Avril's misconception of Japanese culture. And now that's NOT good.
K-POP is from MY country. Not Japan. And copying that K-Pop video (that song is even more terrible than Bad Blood) is nowhere near racism. It's just a stupid plagiarism. And if you think Bad Blood copied the video of 2NE1, then Avril Lavigne's Hello Kitty copied Psy's Kangnam Style. (and that video too doesn't represent our country. It was made just to be hilarious. And Psy is a one-hit wonder, even in Korea.)
And while Hello Kitty is not racist, it is still very embarassing.
(It's hard to read your words. Learn to use "enter")
I hated Hello Kitty even before that "Racist" idea came up, and still hate it. However it was not enough for me to stop liking her - for I have loved her for a very long time.
And the thing about "Nicki Minaj" was just my guess on the reason the media so disapproves of Hello Kitty.
And if you truly love the dubstep genre... well you do really have a sick sense of music. No real beat, no melody, no music progression and no structure. One of the most awful things that destroyed the goods in mainstream music.
You : "And Avril's had a huge loss because 1.She was already not that popular and people didn't know what actually are her type of songs"
-> This was actually what I was talking about. I said "Everybody remembered her as the bratty, but hot chick who sang Complicated and Girlfriend"
People forgot her. They just remembered her old stuff, so could not understand her "change."
You : "And does your friend even know her? If he knew her then he would've slapped himself after asking that question. And you should have answered that "She's unique... At least she doesn't sells her body and sells huge number of albums and singles and that's the reason why I love her". Fans Seriously dont need to show her other videos to prove she's relevant. Wow."
I was 13 in 2003 when I first became her fan. I spent my whole childhood/teenage years by listening to Avril and going to her concerts whenever she came.
Avril Lavigne from my era was very huge. My friend doesn't know her that much, but he knows Avril's song "Sk8er Boi", "Girlfriend" and "What the Hell", "Here's to Never Growing Up", AND "Hello Kitty".
My friend didn't just say that he cannot understand my love for Avril. He said that "Avril's song is TERRIBLE, and she is UGLY." In that situation, do you think saying "Avril is unique, blah blah blah" is appropriate? Rather, proving that "her face is way better than his sorry excuse for a face," and giving him a chance to listen to a couple of Avril's best songs is the right thing.
The golden age of Avril Lavigne ended in 2010. She doesn't sell huge number of albums and singles anymore.
"She doesn't sell her body" lol I thought this bullshit was over 10 years ago.