Das Racist on Nylon TV, New Yorker

Nylon interviews Das Racist; everyone is blazed. Hima met Victor at a students of color against oppression dorm.

The notoriety enjoyed by the Wallpaper remix of  “Pizza Hut Taco Bell” this summer prompted the New Yorker blog to investigate the many combination businesses that exist in New York City:

Wesleyan is a fancy university in the élite Northeast. It is so fancy, the school used its power to create a law prohibiting fast-food restaurants from coexisting on campus—such a combination is looked down upon as something, say, a Middlebury student might enjoy. So, when Wesleyan-born rap duo Das Racist graduated and moved to Brooklyn, they were so shocked by a store that contained both a Pizza Hut and a Taco Bell, they were forced to write this rap song about it and then sing it into YouTube.

Ha. Ha ha. Please, fancy New Yorker, tell us more about being so fancy and elite.

11 thoughts on “Das Racist on Nylon TV, New Yorker

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  2. Mad

    “Please, fancy New Yorker, tell us more about being so fancy and elite.”

    That line made me laugh :P

  3. Mad

    “Please, fancy New Yorker, tell us more about being so fancy and elite.”

    That line made me laugh :P

  4. Anonymous

    Um, aren’t there no fast food restaurants on campus so that Bon Appetit can keep its near-monopoly as food provider? It has nothing to do with fancy.

  5. Anonymous

    Um, aren’t there no fast food restaurants on campus so that Bon Appetit can keep its near-monopoly as food provider? It has nothing to do with fancy.

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