'Hey Luis Don't Bite Me' ditty delves into Suarez's psyche
[VIDEO PICK: Off the Post] Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez has sparked the creation of countless videos, memes, tweets, and discussions around the
world in the last few days. All due to his inability to constrain himself and taking yet another bite out of an opponent, this time out of Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini.
English comedian and musician Tom Rosenthal has joined dozens of others in this trend, and has produced an animation and song about Suarez’s latest scandal. The song, named
“Hey Luis Don’t Bite Me (An Ode to Mr. Suarez)” includes witty lyrics that will have you laughing throughout the entire video, and maybe even get you to start singing alongl.
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