Pittsburgh Pirates’ Jung Ho Kang Still Does It ‘Gangnam Style’

by 5 years ago

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You know the feeling you get when a fucking horrendous song gets stuck in your head and you just can’t do anything to get it out? Well, to avoid that, DO NOT click this link to PSY’s “Gangnam Style,” because you will hate me, and you will not be able to escape the wrath of it overtaking your brain.

While the song itself became popular two years ago—with more than 2.3 billion views on YouTube—it had seemed to (thankfully) fade away, as sports stadiums and other places finally just gave up on playing it.

Of course, then the Pittsburgh Pirates’ PNC Park had to go and ruin it the other day during a rain delay.

As bad as it was to hear that God-awful beat once again blaring through the park’s speakers, seeing Pirates third baseman Jung Ho Kang doing the damn dance in his team’s dugout was even worse, bringing back painful memories of people everywhere sharing their moves to the song when it was first popular.

Hailing from South Korea, I’ll give Kang a little more leeway since PSY is from the ballplayer’s native country. Still, that does not excuse the PA person at PNC Park for the dumbass move of hitting the ‘Play’ button in order for this to happen.

Gangnam is no longer in style, guys, so let’s go ahead and retire it.


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