“Before his honorable and heroic death last year,” the suit said, “the Supreme Leader wrote the words to ‘Gangnam Style’ in under five minutes as a joke to his family, and also created the horse dance that the defendant so blatantly stole, also to show to his family. There was video of the Supreme Leader singing and dancing at dinner just before he passed away, and it is believed the defendant stole that video as well.”
A government spokesman also said that if Psy doesn’t return to North Korea immediately to face this lawsuit, a warrant will be issued for his arrest. A trial is scheduled for tomorrow, and could last up to a week.
Psy, 34, has seen his popularity skyrocket throughout the world after his video for “Gangnam Style” went viral, with almost 600 million YouTube views. Psy has said that he wrote the song himself and also choreographed the dance seen in the video. Representatives for Psy could not be reached for comment on the lawsuit.
Update: Psy has been found guilty of stealing the lyrics of “Gangnam Style” from Kim Jong-Il and has been sentenced to 75 years hard labor, and fined $250,000,000.00. A warrant has been issued for his arrest by the North Korean Government, and they are expected to seek assistance from Scotland Yard, Interpol and the CIA in Psy’s capture.
Second update: Just before we posted this, the North Korean government announced they have arrested Psy all on their own in Los Angeles and he is currently in prison in North Korea. His appeals have been denied, and he has begun serving his sentence.