Is the 'Chinese Food' Song Racist?

Patrice Wilson, who was also the mastermind behind Rebecca Black's 'Friday,' responds.
1:29 | 10/17/13

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Our commitment has never been stronger. Tonight a feed frenzy, morality, absurdity and insensitivity. It started with ed with rebecca black's friday, the mercilessly mocked video was then followed up by "it's thanksgiving" by nicole westbrook. ♪ It's thanksgiving ♪ both videos have made this guy, a lot of money. That is, writer/producer, patrice wilson, co-founder of ark music factory. This time at it again. This time controversy, the artist is 12-year-old allison gold and the song is "chinese fo food." ♪ I love chinese food you know it is true ♪ critics are calling it racist because of overt use of stereotypes. In the video, young miss gold is seen frolicking through a field with a guy in a panda costume, inside patrice wilson, mastermind behind the whole project. ♪ I love chinese food ♪ yep, he just landed on oriental avenue. We reached out to wilson for a comment on claims of racism. He told us "i just really love chinese food and that's why i wrote a song about it." People are entitled to their opinion.

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