"Hello Kitty" is a song by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne, taken from her self-titled fifth studio album, Avril Lavigne (). The song was released as a Background - Composition - Critical reception - Music video. "Hello Kitty" is the weakest song on Avril Lavigne's fifth studio album, a grating earworm that squeezes Gwen Stefani's Japan fetishization into. Avril Lavigne's new music video for "Hello Kitty," which features the singer parading around Tokyo with a group of four expressionless Asian.
Hello Kitty Lyrics: Minna saikō, arigatō, ka-ka-ka-kawaii / Ka-ka-ka-kawaii / Mom's not home tonight / So we can roll around, have a pillow fight / Like a major. Lavigne released a music video for her new song "Hello Kitty," and boy, oh sk8r boy, does it take the cake for misappropriation of Japanese. Japanese fans have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts on Avril Lavigne's new song 'Hello Kitty' and the music video which accompanies it.
Remember when Gwen Stefani went through that disconcerting phase where she had four Japanese backing dancers she pretended she. Following accusations that her latest video “Hello Kitty” objectifies Japanese culture, Avril Lavigne has responded on Twitter: “RACIST???.