Arsenal flops focus of hilarious "Bad Buyz" rap parody

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Arsenal's much-maligned strike duo Nicklas Bendtner and Park-Chu Young have had their peripheral status at the Emirates mocked in a must-see parody this week, with the pair broken down in a playful fashion by writer turned lyricist Gunnerblog.

Bendtner has angered a significant section of Gunners fans with his reaction to remaining in North London this season, with Arsene Wenger blocking a deadline-day switch to Crystal Palace after deciding that he needed the Danish international as strike cover for Olivier Giroud.

The 25-year-old has been integrated into the Arsenal squad once again following two campaigns away on loan, with an ill-fated spell with Italian champions Juventus failing to improve his reputation as an under-performing forward.

Park meanwhile has also seen his attempt to find a new club during the close season spurned, with a loan spell at Celta Vigo not enough to persuade potential suitors that he represented value for money in attack.

Gunnerblog has decided to look on the funny side of their continued presence at the Emirates, producing a music video to the tune of Puff Daddy's famous hip-hop anthem Bad Boys for Life.

The 'Bad Buyz' parody, which has amassed over 236,000 views on YouTube in 48 hours, features rhymes that will have Gunners fans laughing and shaking their heads in equal measure.

Park's lyrical effort includes the rhyme: "We still here, the money is the best, don't worry if we write headlines, we still write cheques!"

A full two minutes 46 seconds of comedy gold can be viewed in the video at the top of the page, or on Gunnerblog's official YouTube channel.

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