The Latest In Artist Defamation: Fake Videos
A couple weeks ago somebody linked me a video of Beyonce’s performance on the Today Show, with a comment akin to “omg wtf.” I thought, what in the hell could warrant such a reaction from a Beyonce video? Thinking maybe she shows outrageous side-boob or top-crack, I gleefully followed the link.
What I found is the work of a master.
That master, however, is not Beyonce. The visuals of the video are from her real performance, but her vocals are awful – jaw-cringingly, eye-wincingly awful. Someone who is obviously super busy, not to mention content with his life, is creating viral videos slandering artists he presumably doesn’t like.
Warning: What you are about to see may disturb you and family members.
A Coldplay one also came to my attention last night:
Now, I’m not particularly enamored with either artist, so this is not a huge deal to me. The problem, though, is that now it is going to become impossible to distinguish the real videos from the real bad videos. In other words, how are we supposed to know who can sing worth a damn anymore?
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