In the above video uploaded yesterday, Die Antwoord member Ninja, in a display of advance PR damage control for the US market for their anticipated forthcoming new album TEN$ION, addresses the South African electro/rap group's use of certain language (namely member DJ Hi Tek's use of the word "faggot") used in their new album's lead single and video (see below) for the song "Fok Julle Naaiers."
The song, when roughly translated means "fuck all y'all," is from their soon to drop album TEN$ION, which will be released in 2012 on their own independent label, ZEF RECORDZ (formed after the group departed Interscope Records who, they complained, tried to interfere creatively with the group). As well as member Hi-Tek's repeated usage of the word "faggot" (he's gay), Ninja addresses the topic of white people using the word "nigga" in casual conversation. "The word faggot doesn't hold any power over him. Hi Tek says faggot all the time. He's taken that word and made it his bitch," says Ninja of the F word. Below is the brand new video for the forthcoming album track that brought about the discussion. Note: DJ Hi-Tek's verse is the final one in song.