Wearing a bikini top and hand-drawn tatoos including a geisha coming out of a cupcake and "not-shat upon" flowers in a dog park, video blogger Kristina Wong does a brilliant send-up of Levy Tran, the model who starred in Day Above Ground's horrifically racist "Asian Girlz" video.
On Twitter, Tran has defended the creators of the soft rock song that features lyrics such as "I love your creamy yellow thighs/Ooh your slanted eyes/It's the Year of the Dragon/Ninja p***y I'm stabbin" as "sweet boys and not at all racist."
Wong, who poses as Tran in the short clip, offers these airheaded takeaways from the debacle:
1. Nice people are not racist.
2. Racist people are not nice.
3. Satire is racist when it's done by not-nice people."