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A white UCLA girl recently posed a fairly racist YouTube rant about Asians in the library at her school. This, understandably, prompted a barrage of responses.

None better than Jimmy Wong’s acoustic song, however. “Ching Chong (It Means I Love You)” has propelled the young singer into quasi-Internet stardom.

He’s got a ways to go to catch young Rebecca Black, but Wong’s reaction to Alexandra Wallace’s rant about Asians disrupt campus life was an instant hit:

Ching Chong! Asians in the Library Song!

“The problem is these hordes of Asian people that UCLA accepts, which is fine, but if you’re going to come to UCLA, then use American manners,” she said.

After 5 million YouTube views and about as many apologies, Wallace removed the video (it’s been re-posted many times) and announced she’s leaving UCLA.

Wong’s song, which begins with him speaking with a faux-Asian English accent, was the most popular of dozens of replies and contains some lyrical gems.

Follow the jump for the girl’s online venting that started it all …

 
Ching Chong! Asians in the Library Song!