The incident allegedly occurred at an Australian music festival back in 2012.
Die Antwoord’s Yolandi has also responded, rubbishing the claims.
Guess who’s back…
Aphex Twin has given it the thumbs up.
“DIE ANTWOORD FOR EVA”
Featuring a satanic coffee-drinking goat because Die Antwoord.
Also think the director should start a crew called “I’m a fake fuck” with Kanye West.
I fink u freeky and I like you a lot
It features Jack Black, Cyprus Hills’ Sen-Dog and Dita Von Teese.
It takes something truly bizarre for Die Antwoord to call something “weird”.
Prepare to have your childhood ruined, because a genius video editor has combined the sexual rap-raves of South Africa’s Die Antwoord with the colourful and (seemingly) innocent world of children’s television series Teletubbies, and the results are as freaky as that pink slop “Tubby custard” the Teletubbies eat. Las Vegas-based video editor Robert Jones has
Drake, The Prodigy and Avicii compete for the spotlight!
“Die Antwoord have us eating out of their hand.”
Returning to Future Music Festival after a three year hiatus, I was a little skeptical. I ventured to Randwick Racecourse pondering my last experience. Future ’12 was full of fond memories and killer acts, but the overall festival experience was a off, and I left a little sour – hence my hiatus. After preaching promises
The first trailer for Neill Blomkamp’s new sci-fi movie Chappie, starring South African hip-hop duo Die Antwoord, British actor Dev Patel and Australian Hugh Jackman, has arrived, giving fans a first look at Die Antwoord’s Yo-Landi Vi$$er and Ninja’s first role in a major film. The film, helmed by the same director behind Elysium and
Die Antwoord have called in a few favours for their new music video Ugly Boy, enlisting an impressive cast to musicians and personalities to cameo in the clip. Jack Black, the ATL Twins, Flea, and Marilyn Manson all make appearance along with models Cara Delevingne and Dita Von Teese. Some of the guest stars, like
Drake, The Prodigy and many more!
We at Music Feeds love dogs, so it’s certainly not the title or the concept behind irreverent South African party crew Die Antwoord‘s new song that we’re not responding to, and it’s certainly not the video, because it just might be their most visually spectacular, and frankly trippiest, venture yet. Directed by Ninja — one