Japanese comedian astonished by viral success of 'PPAP' song

Pikotaro, as he is known, debuted a two-minute “long” version of the 45-second song and answered a wide range of questions at a Tokyo news conference in from the song’s origin to whether the Japanese prime minister has called him. Sort of. His responses …
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