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They thought I shaved my own hair off and asked me to take the wig off when they came home fjfjfjfj. Anyway I look like a piece of chewed gum and my phone quality for taking pics is really sad oof. So if you ever wanna cosplay Chika, Yoshiko, Nico ect, go for these!
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It was included on their second EP, Mood The song was produced by Carr. The song is a diss track targeting Mia Khalifa , a Lebanese-American Internet celebrity and former pornographic actress. The decision to write a song dissing Khalifa arose over a misunderstanding. A faked screenshot, intended as a joke, seemed to show Khalifa criticizing Malik for smoking while wearing a hijab in a music video. Khalifa has not publicly commented on the song. Critics have praised the song for its unconventional catchiness , but it has also been criticized as off-key and misogynistic. Months after its release, "Mia Khalifa" achieved unexpected viral success on social media, especially among TikTok users. The best-known portion is Malik's verse, which opens with a line that became a meme : "Hit or miss, I guess they never miss, huh?
Nyannyancosplay is a cosplayer known for creating lip dub videos on the video-sharing application TikTok. As of late October , her TikTok name has been changed to Kat. On October 14th, the video was reposted by Twitter user EthicalChad. The following day, YouTuber Tomentos uploaded an edit of the video included other footage of Nyannyancosplay dancing shown below, left. On October 27th, Lushsux posted a photograph of a mural of Nyannyancosplay on both Instagram  and Twitter  along with an emojipasta of the song's lyrics shown below. The post gained reacts, Comments and Shares in three months. In the meantime TikTok users continued to use these alternative lyrics.