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Alison Gold's 'Chinese Food' Is From The Guy Who Gave Us Rebecca Black's 'Friday,' Only It's Offensive

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From the man who gave the world Rebecca Black's "Friday," comes "Chinese Food" -- if only it were as innocuous as Black's big question about which seat she should take.

Ark Music Factory co-founder Patrice Wilson is still at it producing songs for tweens, and has poor Alison Gold singing about how much she likes various Chinese dishes when she's starving after hitting the clubs:

"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."

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.

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