Gangnam Style Death: Man In England Dies While Doing Popular Dance
More negative publicity for PSY the creator of the catchy tune Gangnam Style. After the world found out he made anti-American remarks in a song a few years ago, the South Korean's latest song is now responsible for the death of a man in England.
Irishman Eamonn Kilbride suffered a heart attack while dancing to PSY's Gangnam Style last Saturday at a Christmas party in Burnley, England according to the Toronto Sun.
Kilbride, a father if three, died while doing PSY's galloping maneuvers on the dance floor during his wife's 46th birthday celebration.
Kilbride, according to medical records, died of acute heart failure.
This tragic news comes just a week after PSY was forced to apologize for his anti-American slurs. The Korean sang a song in 2002 entitled "Dear American," with heavy metal band N.E.X.T where he said:
"Kill those f---ing Yankees who have been torturing Iraqi captives/Kill those f---ing Yankees who ordered them to torture/Kill their daughters, mothers, daughters-in-law and fathers/Kill them all slowly and painfully."
In 2004 at a concert, PSY showed more discontent for Americans according to Hollywood Reporter.The concert was in protest against the killing of Kim Sun-il, a South Korean missionary and translator how was beheaded in Iraq by militants. Sun-il was murdered after the South Korean government proceeded with plans to send 3,000 additional troops to the country, according to CNN.
When word got out that he said such a thing the entertainer immediately apologized "I will forever be sorry for any pain I have caused anyone by those words."