Watch South Park Characters Hilariously Cover Nirvana’s “Rape Me”

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On this week’s South Park episode ‘Hummels & Heroin,’ Kenny, Cartman, Kyle and Butters sang as a barbershop quartet.

“Our youth group has come to lift your spirits with some songs to take you down memory lane,” Cartman says. “We hope you can enjoy some nice old people music.”

Cartman introduced Nirvana’s “Rape Me” by saying, “And now here’s our own take on that oldie but goodie by Nirvana.”

The altered lyrics:

In cool cool winter, rape me
In the hot hot summertime, rape me my friend

An old man yelled, “You suck.” This cut the song short and angered Cartman. Cartman shouted that they were ‘only trying to bring sunshine into your life.’ The old man shouted ‘fuck you,’ and Cartman shouted it back. They then started to sing Spin Doctors’ “Two Princes.”

Watch the performance below.

Another Kids Choir (South Park)

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