Whoa, we never knew she had so many layers...
When Rebecca Black released Friday, everyone was so caught up in HOW GOD AWFUL the song was that no one stopped top really listen to the lyrics and think about the real meaning behind them - they’re deep Scapers, real deep.
Did you ever stop to think about all the hidden pain behind them? Or the fact that the recurring backseat/ front seat theme was a reference to America’s foreign policy?
No, of course you didn’t, it’s because you’re not deep enough. It’s OK neither are we.
That or these Funny or Die people like to create films that are purely in jest. Imagine.
Anyway, check out Rebecca talking about those controversial and provoking lyrics.
See we told you they were deep. We can be deep to, get a load of this:
It’s Sunday, it’s Easter, we’re gonna have a Feaster.
Chocolate eggs and clothes pegs, yeah!
Fake tanned legs and er… Skegness, yeah!
See, talented aren’t we? That was about the inevitable tension in the Tory Lib Dem coalition and how services will invariably suffer because of it. The part about Skegness was a reference to the student riots. No really.
Love that Rebecca Black can laugh at herself and all Black Friday? What do YOU think the song is about? Comments please!