The name Alison Gold is ringing in people's ears as her latest project has spread rapidly across the internet. Check out our 5 Fast Facts on why Alison Gold is a girl to look out for ...
1. Alison Gold Just Came Out With a Controversial Internet Sensation
Do you like Chinese food? No, I'm not talking about your next meal. Teen Alison Gold has come out singing in a new, silly music video titled "Chinese Food." The video already has over a million hits.
2. People Are Calling Gold the Next Rebecca Black
— Zankrut Oza (@zankrut) October 15, 2013
In case you don't recall, Rebecca Black had a hit called "Friday" with rapper and creator Patrice Wilson. And, Wilson also makes a rapping cameo, dressed as a panda bear, in Gold's video "Chinese Food." Because of the nature of each video, many speculate that Alison will become the next Rebecca Black.
3. Gold's First Tweet Ever Was Just Hours Ago
Hey Guys!!! :) Thanks for the Follow!!
— AlisonGold (@AlisonGoldmusic) October 15, 2013
Alison gold must have just joined Twitter after "Chinese Food" came out yesterday, because she currently has less than 200 followers and wrote her very first tweet.
4. Many Are Offended by Gold's Video
— 99-7 DJX (@997DJX) October 15, 2013
With lyrics like, "I love Chinese food. You know that it's true. I love fried rice, I love noodles. I love chow mein, chow m-m-m-mein," many are taking the video as offensive. The Huffington Post reports:
But the video quickly devolves into a long list of Asian stereotypes that transforms Wilson's typical auto-tuned tween fare into something that's rather offensive, and manages to bring back faint memories of Day Above Ground's "Asian Girlz."
From Wilson dressing up in a panda costume and rapping in an Asian-sounding voice, to the young girls dressed in full geisha garb featured in the video, it's seems pretty clear that what's coming out of the Ark Music Factory these days is simply an exercise in trolling.
Nonetheless, while some are offended, others are praising Gold and creator Wilson.
@officialpatrice is genius. music trolling genius.
—ecca ૐ (@Lexy852) October 15, 2013
5. Alison Gold Is a Social Media Phantom
Try to find Alison on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Instagram ... You can't. The girl in an internet sensation, but you can't find her anywhere. Have you seen Alison?
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