Perhaps you missed Boing Boing's interview on Friday with South African rap-rave zef gangsters Die Antwoord? And the news that the recently-minted internet stars shook hands (and pinched cheeks) with Interscope Records, tapped District 9 helmer Neill Blomkamp to direct their next music video, they'll likely be performing at Coachella, and they're developing a movie?
Read the Boing Boing Die Antwoord interview here.
After that, they went off to meet David Lynch. The band says,
Ninja called David 'Dad'. David said "You turned out alright son." David also said, "I was a bit worried about you for a while there, but you turned out alright." Ninja said "I'm a lucky duck." David said, "You're a good guy."
: A photo shot last night in New York City by Clayton James Cubitt
. "Yo-Landi jumps on bed while Ninja tries to nap."
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