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But for a man with so much to laugh at, Weird Al keeps surprisingly coy about his politics. His catchy parody of Miley Cyrus' 'Party in the U.S.A.' (his version: 'Party in the C.I.A.') features American special agents running black ops and gleefully offing politicos around the globe, but he swears the politics come a distant second to comedy. "I realize that when I put out a song like that some people are going to think it's a highly political song or try to figure out what my political leanings are," he tells Spinner. "But that was not my intention."
It's not just political parodies that are raising eyebrows either. The Godfather of meme recently felt the fury of Gaga because of his 'Born This Way' spoof. Check out the video below to see Weird Al explain what went wrong in the harrowing "Gaga Saga" and hear about his fans in the CIA.
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