Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen: gone viral on internet

Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen also known as PPAP is going viral on the internet. It’s a Japanese earworm-style music video which performed by Piko-Taro and created by Japanese comedian Kosaka Daimaou (Kazuhhiko Kosaka). The video has been released on YouTube on 25th of September 2016 and since then it’s gone viral with more than 25 million views. Online Platform and social media website-9GAG has shared the video on Facebook where it has over 59 million views with 500 thousands of likes and almost 1 million shares. It is going viral like next Gangnam Style.

Piko Taro is dressed in animal print-clad and singing the song in very funny way.

The catchy lyrics of song:

I have a Pen. I have an apple. Apple-pen!

I have a Pen. I have a pineapple. Pineapple-pen!

Apple-Pen. Pineapple-Pen. Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen

When I was making this music with play, I was [just] singing it too soon,” Piko-Taro has tweeted.

Catchy lyrics, addictive beat and hilarious but very simple dance steps, thus the song has all the ingredients that is needed to make a viral video. The video is gone so much viral that Justin Bieber himself has tweeted about it earlier this week and called it his “favourite video on the internet.”

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Internet is already full with the dubsmash of PPAP song. People are going crazy and posting funny and funnier steps with PPAP song. Here are some of them:

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