PSY's new video Gentleman crosses 52 million views in less than 3 days
Psy's new video Gentleman has already crossed 52 million views on YouTube and that too in just 3 days since the official video was put up.
South-Korean rapper PSY of Gangnam Style fame has proved that he's no one track wonder. The video of his latest song Gentleman has already crossed 52 million views on YouTube and that too in just three days since the official video was put up.
The video for Gentleman, which has the lines like "I’m a mother father gentleman", features a pelvic-thrusting Psy in his trademark sunglasses and a variety of colorful jackets.
The video also shows Psy being rather mean to girls through-out. From making them fall off the treadmill, hurling coffee in their faces or pulling chairs from under them and watching them fall, its not a gentlemanly side of Psy in the video..
Gangnam Style is the most watched ever on YouTube with more than 1.5 billion hits, and its horse-riding step has been imitated by thousands around the world. Looks like Gentleman's well on its way to beating the record. But we hope the male viewers of the video aren't too influenced by the rappers antics in the video.
Check out Gentleman here (if you aren't among the the thousands who have already seen it) :
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