DAMN what happened to thread starter's post ?! I can't understand what's happening here !
Anyway, Namewee is a lame joke that no Malaysians should follow his footstep.
His aggressive nature and failure to control his emotions are seriously labeling the Chinese more with "our typical stereotypes"
Originally Posted by youngyew
I am bumping this thread in the wake of the latest Utusan incident:
Do you agree with namewee's approach in his face-on attack towards social unjust? Do you think that our society's polarised view towards him is merely a reflection of the generation gap and the difference in expression between different age group? Is namewee doing more good or bad for Malaysia?
I don't agree with his approach. It gives me the impression that he's a barking dog. It makes me feel that he's just childish and he doesn't really have a lot of substance in him. Wrong approach IMO.
Just watched Nasi Lemak 2.0 and thought it a brilliant social satire.
"But what do you say to taking chances,
What do you say to jumping off the edge?
Never knowing if there's solid ground below
Or hand to hold, or hell to pay,
What do you say,
What do you say?"
And thus laments the hopeless romantic that is yours truly.