Gay ATL couple’s perfect ‘Duck Dynasty’ takedown

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When your musical takedown of Chick-fil-A and Mitt Romney is pitch perfect, why not Phil Robertson's "Duck Dynasty" homophobic vitriol. So Atlanta's lesbian singing duo Bria and Chrissy did exactly that. It's brilliant.

"There is no place for gay ducks," Phil the Homophobic Duck proclaims in "Lesbian Duck Dynasty Song," which dropped Jan. 1. Complete with beard, cigarette and duck call, the duck is a stand in for Robertson, who ignited controversy last month with his anti-gay, racist comments.

"Phil doesn't mean to be unkind. He just doesn't understand the appeal of a male duck's behind," the song continues.

It's been a hit for the couple, snatching nearly 13,000 views since Wednesday. Not like that's a surprise for Bria Kim and Chrissy Chambers, whose YouTube channel routinely snags tens of thousands of views for their videos and music.


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