The poop singer, Kenny Chesney, has decided to go public with a controversial song about himself that he wrote and recorded to promote his new book.
The song, called The Poo Song, has become a YouTube sensation, with more than half a million views in the last 24 hours, and has now racked up more than 1.3 billion views on Spotify alone.
It’s one of the most popular songs in Canada, according to data compiled by Spotify.
“I don’t have any problem with the media saying, ‘Well, that’s the way it is,’ ” Mr Chesney said in an interview from Toronto.
I am a man of my word, and I stand behind everything I say.” “
It’s just how they portray me.
I am a man of my word, and I stand behind everything I say.”
Mr Chesley says he’s written and recorded the song as a joke, and hopes it will bring attention to his personal issues.
“When I was in high school, I used to do a lot of stand-up comedy and make jokes about myself,” he said.
“But now, I am so ashamed of myself that I’m going to make a public performance of it, because I know it will cause so much controversy.”
Mr Chester’s song, which has been watched more than three million times on YouTube, follows his story of trying to find his identity and self-worth, as well as how his parents reacted to him.
“The reason why I wanted to write the song is because I’m so confused,” Mr Cheshen said.
The singer also said he had been struggling with his sexuality for years.
“You hear about these gay people, but not about the straight people,” he told ABC Radio’s The Project.
“There’s a lot more in this world than gay people and straight people.”
Mr Chase’s lyrics on the song include: “My mother, I love her, I’ll miss her, she’s not there for me.
She’s just a woman.
I don’t understand.
She was my mum.
I’ll tell you, I don ‘t understand, I hate myself.”
He told the ABC that the song was inspired by his mother, who he describes as “the best friend of mine”.
“My mom always told me, ‘I am the best mother I could ever have been, because she made me happy,'” he said, adding: “She said she was proud of me.”
Mr Chavesney said he was inspired to write and record the song after reading a story on a gay rights website.
“After hearing about a man who was being brutally beaten by his wife, I was struck with a sense of injustice and injustice and a sense that maybe something needs to be done about this,” he added.
“My mum was there and she was the best friend that I had.”
Mr Cheney’s song has been viewed over 2.4 million times, and is now a trending topic on YouTube.
“We didn’t know we were going to be the biggest song,” he explained.
The Canadian songwriting community has also been divided over Mr Chesne’s use of homophobic slurs, including “dick” and “bitch”. “
To be able to write a song that I think is about a real person, and about people like me, and how that has affected me, I just couldn’t not do it.”
The Canadian songwriting community has also been divided over Mr Chesne’s use of homophobic slurs, including “dick” and “bitch”.
Mr Chesner said the song did not reflect his personal experience of homophobia.
“He was not trying to be homophobic.
He was trying to sing about someone else who was homophobic, and we didn’t even know that we were in the same situation.”
I feel really proud of him,” Mr Chester said.
That is a terrible word,” Ms Chesney told the CBC. “
That is not how he is.
That is a terrible word,” Ms Chesney told the CBC.
“And so I think that this song has to be stopped, and it has to stop now.” “
Mr Chesney also defended his use of “dICK” and said he believed the lyrics were meant as a compliment. “
And so I think that this song has to be stopped, and it has to stop now.”
Mr Chesney also defended his use of “dICK” and said he believed the lyrics were meant as a compliment.
“Some people say it’s like ‘dick move’, but that’s not what I’m saying,” he admitted.
“A guy like me has been struggling for years with my sexuality, and so it was not an easy thing to write about.”
The video was also criticised by gay rights groups.
“While Kenny Chesneys video for his book ‘The Poo Song’ was very positive and uplifting, it was also deeply insensitive, and was full of homophobic language,” the Canadian Anti-Disc