editor - April 23, 2014
As fast as people can complain about what a terrible song and video it is, Avril Lavigne's latest, "Hello Kitty," is being pulled from YouTube, and that's probably a very good thing. Co-written by her husband Chad Kroeger, "Hello Kitty" is an orgy of awful sounds and incredibly stupid lyrics, ushering Canada's leading wannabe female punk rocker into a new era of ripping Gwen Stefani off. And just like when Gwen thought it would be cool and edgy to form a posse of Japanese girls, people are already calling Avril's video offensive and borderline racist. Honestly, though, it's time for people to stop being offended by trivial things and just focus on the fact that this is flat out awful.
(If the video disappears, watch it on Avril's official site. I know I just said it's awful, but it really is worth a brief watch just to experience it. Consider it a dare.)
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