Wendy Ho’s New Song Has Us Reaching for a Selfie Stick (Video)

Wendy Ho’s New Song Has Us Reaching for a Selfie Stick (Video)

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Is the selfie stick the greatest tool of our generation? If you ask Wendy Ho — best known for her filthy mouth and NSFW song parodies — it definitely ranks up there. So much so that she’s dedicated her latest song, a parody of Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home” called “Selfie Stick,” to the contraption.

Sure, many people consider selfies to be the downfall of modern civilization — a citizenry more concerned with duck lips than current events can’t be good, and some studies even link selfie-obsession to mental derangement. But others proclaim that selfies are actually modern art, in line with the work of some of our favorite artists, including Andy Warhol, Van Gogh and Frida Kahlo.

It’s pretty clear on which side of the aisle Wendy Ho sits:

I’ve got my selfie stick / And how I love to click
I’ve got my my selfie stick / And I don’t need your dick

“Selfie Stick” is simply the latest in a long line of hilarious parodies from the performer, following tracks like “Poop Noodle” (a parody of “I Love the Nightlife”), “Oprah Winfrey” (“Hallelujah”) and “Fuck Me” (“Get Here”) — and our personal all-time favorite, original track “Bitch, I Stole Your Purse.”

Watch Wendy Ho’s “Selfie Stick” below, and purchase it here.

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