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"Hey Hey it's Curry Puff Daddy"

Seanna Cronin | October 12th, 2009

Australian/Indian rapper Curry Puff Daddy weighs in on the Hey Hey It's Saturday skit

IT seems everyone is weighing in on the racism debate sparked by Harry Connick Jr's slamming of a Jackson Jive sketch on Hey Hey It's Saturday.

CoastConfidential received an email from Australian/Indian rapper Curry Puff Daddy, who has posted a video on YouTube rejecting former Hey Hey regular Kamahl's criticism of the variety show. "It's the Aussie way to laugh at ourselves; Kamahl let everyone have a laugh at him when he was the 'brown wiggle'," wrote Curry Puff Daddy.

"Frankly I think he needs to lighten up and be grateful he lives in the best country in the world."

The video, which also addresses violence against Indian students, features Curry Puff Daddy dancing in front of a taxi, being arrested by 'sexy' cops and characatures of Pauline Hanson giving Kevin Rudd a lap dance.

"If Kevin and Pauline can take that without getting hot under the collar surely Kamal can develop a bit of Aussie humour and laugh it off."

The email went on to describe Curry Puff Daddy as 'every struggling Indian's dream ... funny, sexy, stylish and cool ... he can't help being loved by all'.


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Embracing my lyrical freedom and with a passion for music and MTV I started to develop as an emerging young rapper, yes, an Indian rapper, refusing to sing as I discovered spoken lyrics are my passion…

With teenage Rap idols like Snoop Dog, Dr Dre, ICE CUBE and amused by the rants of “White” Rappers like Morris Minor and the Majors, Vanilla Ice and Snow our young X-gen started rapping in his bedroom and then commenced performing original rhymes for people at the age of 19 at birthday party’s and weddings… this didn’t go down too well with the Baby Boomers, mixed emotions, mixed views… Curry Puff Daddy needed time to mature… but one thing was clear, both X and Y gen’s loved him…

Building on a style that I call “Hinglish” the Curry Puff Daddy emerged as a character in 2002 for a benefit concert and has been in development ever since… With Eminem leading the world in this genre and showing the universe that anyone can be the best rapper in the world, all you needed was passion and determination, The Curry Puff Daddy got his inspiration and he is now ready for the world stage…

The Curry Puff Daddy is every struggling Indian's dream... funny, sexy, stylish and cool... he can't help being loved by all... "Indian Coolness" is about to be resurrected...