Gossip columnist talks about Psy anti-American Lyrics - FOX 35 News Orlando

Gossip columnist talks about Psy anti-American Lyrics

Posted: Updated:
MYFOXNY.COM -

Celebrity gossip columnist Rob Schuter got inside the White House for a holiday party over the weekend.

And, according to Schuter, everyone was asking one question: should Psy, the South Korean singer and Internet sensastion, be banned from performing in the U.S. after an anti-American song he performed at concerts in 2002 and 2004 surfaced in recent days.

"(It's) the talk of the town, if not the talk of the nation. These lyrics are extreme," said Schuter.

Psy, dressed in an all-red outfit, performed during the Christmas in Washington concert over the weekend with President Barack Obama in attendance.

During the 2002 performance, Psy smashes a toy American tank on the ground while singing 'Killer. ' The lyrics included"Kill their daughters, mothers, daughters-in-law, and fathers. Kill them all slowly and painfully."" reported the NY Post.

The rapper, born Park Jae-sang, had apologized Friday for using what he called "inflammatory and inappropriate language."  The flak from his remarks didn't dampen the festive holiday mood Sunday.

The concert from Washington is expected to air Dec. 21 on TNT.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

 

  • EntertainmentMore>>

  • Video gives sneak peek of new Star Wars movie

    Video gives sneak peek of new Star Wars movie

    Wednesday, July 23 2014 7:14 AM EDT2014-07-23 11:14:23 GMT
    Fans of the Star Wars franchise are getting another peek at the latest film courtesy of director J.J. Abrams. Abrams, shooting in “sunny London,” posted a video on Omaze plugging his “Force for Change” fundraiser to benefit UNICEF.  In the video, Abrams displays the new X-Wing Fighter being used on the set for Star Wars: Episode VII.
    Fans of the Star Wars franchise are getting another peek at the latest film courtesy of director J.J. Abrams. Abrams, shooting in “sunny London,” posted a video Omaze plugging his “Force for Change” fundraiser to benefit UNICEF.  In the video, Abrams displays the new X-Wing Fighter being used on the set for Star Wars: Episode VII.
  • 'Mortified': stage performers over share

    'Mortified': stage performers over share

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 10:56 PM EDT2014-07-23 02:56:08 GMT
    Some might call Jenn Wehrung a performance artist. Others, more simply, a masochist. This Brooklynite shares her deepest innermost thoughts from 6th grade in a show perhaps best summed up by its name: "Mortified."Wehrung is 37, single, and claims to have $37 in her bank account.Financially poor maybe, the ensemble real-life characters of "Mortified" are all filthy rich in memories.
    Some might call Jenn Wehrung a performance artist. Others, more simply, a masochist. This Brooklynite shares her deepest innermost thoughts from 6th grade in a show perhaps best summed up by its name: "Mortified."Wehrung is 37, single, and claims to have $37 in her bank account.Financially poor maybe, the ensemble real-life characters of "Mortified" are all filthy rich in memories.
  • Kim and I are like "two LeBrons": The most ridiculous quotes from Kanye West's GQ interview

    Kim and I are like "two LeBrons": The most ridiculous quotes from Kanye West's GQ interview

    Kanye West, the most vociferous armchair philosopher of modern time, has given yet another head-scratching interview to a print publication — this time, GQ.
    Kanye West, the most vociferous armchair philosopher of modern time, has given yet another head-scratching interview to a print publication — this time, GQ.
Powered by WorldNow

35 Skyline Drive
Lake Mary, FL 32746

Phone: (407) 644-3535
News Tips: (866) 55-FOX35

Didn't find what you were looking for?
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 Fox Television Stations, Inc. and Worldnow. All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Ad Choices