Corey Feldman does bad Michael Jackson impression in new video 'DUH!'

There are 11 comments on the Daily Mail story from Mar 25, 2014, titled Corey Feldman does bad Michael Jackson impression in new video 'DUH!'. In it, Daily Mail reports that:

'I'm the best rapper ever': Corey Feldman attempts to prove he's Michael Jackson reincarnate with hilarious results in new music video 'DUH!' Corey Feldman declares himself 'the best rapper ever' in his new video clip, creatively titled 'DUH!' - which stands for Done Under Halo, naturally.

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#1 Mar 26, 2014
I love DUH Corey.

MJ is by your side all the way.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#2 Mar 26, 2014
The clown was probably by his side when Corey was just a young tot. He just doesn't remember it because he was passed out on Wacko's Jesus Juice as the clown fondled him with his long disgusting fingers.

Since: Jun 13

Wilson, NC

#3 Mar 28, 2014
Corey, just stop, you're not a musician. Stop, save yourself...

“Dark Lord of All.”

Since: Jun 13

The Untempered Schism.

#4 Mar 28, 2014
BadMan84 wrote:
Corey, just stop, you're not a musician. Stop, save yourself...
Agreed. Anything he can do to get himself attention. Just shows how low Corey is willing to go. He may have been a star once, but that time has long gone.

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#5 Mar 29, 2014
Stormageddon wrote:
<quoted text>Agreed. Anything he can do to get himself attention. Just shows how low Corey is willing to go. He may have been a star once, but that time has long gone.
He doesn't claim to be a singer nor dancer. He is an actor that's going into comedy

“Dark Lord of All.”

Since: Jun 13

The Untempered Schism.

#7 Mar 30, 2014
goodvibrations wrote:
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He doesn't claim to be a singer nor dancer. He is an actor that's going into comedy
Lol he is not even an actor anymore. He is now a has been who will take what he can get. It's that simple. Look at his accomplishments in recent years. Feldman has become a joke. Lol.
Octopus

Schenectady, NY

#8 Mar 30, 2014
Stormageddon wrote:
<quoted text> Lol he is not even an actor anymore. He is now a has been who will take what he can get. It's that simple. Look at his accomplishments in recent years. Feldman has become a joke. Lol.
Not every ex child actor can be a Kurt Russell or Jodie Foster.

It happens a lot in show business. Feldman has became a junk celebrity that still seeks attention and his past with Michael Jackson is all he has to exploit. Pretty pathetic.

Since: Jun 13

Wilson, NC

#10 Mar 31, 2014
It's not really good satire lol

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#11 Mar 31, 2014
BadMan84 wrote:
It's not really good satire lol
At least Corey can laugh at himself but you can't ;-(
The Whiffenpoof Song

Tempe, AZ

#12 Tuesday May 5
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The Whiffenpoof Song

Tempe, AZ

#13 Wednesday May 6
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