Wannabe Tween Pop Singer Alison Gold Makes Racist ‘Chinese Food’ Video

And the Internet goes wild.

The Internet is already calling Alison Gold “the new Rebecca Black.” The music video for the tween’s soon-to-be #1 hit single “Chinese Food” is horribly racist, offensive, attention-grabbing, and a viral hit. The video was produced by Patrice Wilson, the guy who gave us Rebecca Black’s “Friday” video (what a resume!).

In the video, Gold sings about her adoration for Chinese food while dancing with pandas and geishas. “It’s Chinese food, my favorite. So I’m getting hungry. I love Chinese food, you know that it’s true. I love fried rice, I love noodles. I love chow mein, chow m-m-m-mein,” sings Gold. AdWeek reports that Wilson, who appeared in the “Friday” video, shows up here as a rapping panda bear. The video has gotten almost a million YouTube views in just 24 hours, and has almost a four-to-one ratio of dislikes to likes.

[via AdWeek]

  • tacosalad

    how exactly is this racist?

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