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What if ISIS Terrorists were Pop Stars: Parody Account Ridicules ISIS

What if ISIS Terrorists were Pop Stars: Parody Account Ridicules ISIS

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Fame and popularity has often been luring, with many children dreaming of a day when they would become superstars performing on the silver screen or on stages across the world.

With microphones being the ultimate icon of stage stardom, a parody account, @ISIS_Karaoke, has been created on Twitter depicting what it would have been like if ISIS militants sang their hearts out instead of spreading violent speech. From Aqua to Britney Spears, maybe ISIS militants were destined to bring out their inner pop-star.

The account’s first post saw one glass-wearing, bearded fellow belting out Bee Gees popular song Staying Alive.

The next, depicting the group’s leader Al-Baghdadi, has him passionately singing Madonna’s Like a Prayer.

In another post, one militant appears confused as to whether he is a boy or not, singing “If I Were A Boy” by Beyonce.

There’s “a madman around”. This man is a Pet Shop Boys fan.

If John Lenon’s words came true, there would likely have never been an ISIS for this account to even parody.

It remains unclear what “milkshake” would refer to for this individual.

Imagine if these extremists living in London were behind the hit song “Boom Boom Boom” by the Vengaboys.

Dozens of gun-wielding music fanatics stood around to hear this rendition of Katy Perry’s Roar

“You! I wanna take you to a gay bar,” and ISIS are not two phrases that would ever match, due to ISIS’ continued atrocities against accused homosexuals.

Follow the parody account for more tweets by clicking here.

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