Avril Lavigne’s ‘Hello Kitty’ single and her self titled album have been huge in Asia. However, the music video for the song has been getting dissed big time on YouTube, and Twitter here in the states.
Avril Lavigne, 29, has been touring all over Asia where her career has just taken off. Her Asian themed “Hello Kitty” single has been blowing up the charts in Japan, China, and Thailand. However, the music video for the song has made a few new enemies out of few former fans here in the states, and they have been dissing “Hello Kitty” big time on Youtube and Twitter.
Avril Lavigne: Fans Diss ‘Hello Kitty’ Video On YouTube
Avril tweeted on April 21 for her fans to be prepared for an amazing video before the release of “Hello Kitty.” Sadly, fans weren’t ready and had a few choice words for the edgy Canadian when the video dropped on YouTube.
“Avril, I don’t even know who you are anymore,” was posted by one disgruntled YouTube fan. The Twitter comments didn’t seem much better. Here are a few that were posted recently.
Nobody can sleep now. So, let’s have fun tweeting #ReadyForHelloKittyMusicVideo & singing Hello Kitty at the top of our lungs!!
— Avril Lavigne (@livebyavril) April 22, 2014
Avril Lavigne’s “Hello Kitty” music video is the most quirky that racism has looked since Zooey Deschanel said the n-word and shrugged.
— Thomas Green (@NotThatTomGreen) April 23, 2014
Avril’s ‘Hello Kitty’ Video Dissed On YouTube
But the comments weren’t all bad. Avril did get some support from those who thought her video was creative and fun. They even went so far as to justify the various quirky images throughout the four-minute single.
— Eric Bass (@ebassprod) April 23, 2014
HollywoodLifers, what did you think of Avril’s “Hello Kitty” video? Do you think the comments made about it were justified, or just plain wrong? Tell us what you think.
— Bryant Perkins