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Oli London, The Most Disliked K-Pop Music Video
The Guinness World Records organisation, which hands out awards for record-setting human achievements, is close to awarding Oli London's cover music video of BTS Butter an award after it overtakes K-Pop girl super group Twice as becoming the most disliked K-Pop video in Youtube History. London's cover of Butter, which is currently the 4th most disliked K-Pop music video of all time with 350,000 dislikes, just behind Twice's song 'TT' with 439,000 which currently holds the world record.

London also slightly trails behind Twice 'Signal' which has 387,000 and 'Knock Knock' which has 355,000, making him currently 4th place in the number of dislikes. K-pop girl band Twice's music videos, which are currently slightly ahead of London's were released 4 and 5 years ago respectively, whilst Oli London's Butter cover came out merely 3 weeks ago. The staggering statistics and sheer number of dislikes will likely make Oli London a Guinness World Record Holder in a matter of weeks. The British-born singer, who identifies as Korean, also currently holds the title of 5th most disliked K-Pop music video in Youtube history with 'Christmas in Korea' which stands at 342,000 dislikes.

The singer has amassed over 18 million views on his Youtube music videos with over 1.3 billion views on TikTok, making him a hot topic in the K-Pop world and he has regularly appeared on TV shows around the world sharing his love of K-Pop and boyband BTS. This summer he caused a media frenzy after he shared a 'Coming Out' video where he said he identifies as Korean using pronouns Kor/Ean. He subsequently appeared on numerous TV networks to defend his decision including TMZ Live, This Morning, The Kyle & Jackie O Show and German networks RTL and Prosiebien.

He is set to release his debut K-Pop album 'Fallen Angel' this December 1st with 14 original tracks including; one song titled simply 'K-Pop and has just appeared at Film Festivals in Amsterdam and Paris to promote his new Korean cultural movie 'Gangnam Beauty'.

Inquiry: Emily Moore

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