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Time to Save Africa Again With a Crappy Song (VIDEO)

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Lex Jurgen - November 17, 2014

Every five to ten years, Bono and Gay Beethoven and Bob Geldof and whoever's hot in the British pop music scene spend another few hours re-recording the exact same fucking song to cure the latest African hardship. It started thirty years ago with Band Aid's Do They Know It's Christmas?, an ensemble recording designed to heal Ethiopia of being one super crappy place to live. Fifty million radio plays later, Ethiopia is still a shit hole. For Band Aid 30, it's Ebola. The boys from One Direction are determined to snuff it out. They changed 'feed the world' to 'heal the world' which is short for can somebody please fucking buy the Congo some indoor plumbing already. If Ebola was feeling perhaps a bit over-confident what with Obama offering it red carpet welcomes in the U.S, and the fact that half of Sierra Leone still sees diarrhea as a potable liquid, this new Band-Aid recording ought to send shivers down its viral spine. You're done, Ebola. This song cured famine in sub-Saharan Sudan, turned Haiti into a thriving economic juggernaut, and it's going to flush Ebola right down Santa's crapper.

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