A video from China has gone viral on YouTube, but the country has been asked to take the content down because the North Korean dictator it mocked was apparently offended.
Kim Jong-un has asked China to stop the spread of the satirical video that shows him breakdancing, running, getting pranked by President Barack Obama and holding hands with Osama bin Laden while frolicking through a field, all set to catchy music.
North Korean officials say the video “seriously compromises Kim’s dignity and authority,” South Korea’s Chosun Ilbo daily news site reports.
Russian President Vladimir Putin also makes an appearance in the clip, getting into a fight with Obama. Watch the video below:
The video is believed to have been made by a Chinese man named Zhang from Suzhou who studied at Kyonggi University in South Korea. It has garnered more than 400,000 views since it was uploaded on July 11.
This is not the first time Jong-un has been satirized this year. North Korea threatened a “resolute and merciless response” over Seth Rogen and James Franco’s upcoming comedy, “The Interview,” which is about an assassination attempt on the dictatorial leader.
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