Gaddafi's Hat: 'Zenga Zenga' Gets a Sequel

August 29, 2011

Auto-tuned news footage is nothing new here in the United States, but it's a trend that's recently also spread popular overseas in some interesting countries. Back in February, "Zenga Zenga" became the viral hit of the Middle East and North Africa and its been seen over 4 million times since then.

Tel Aviv DJ/musician Noy Alooshe created the very popular, mocking remix of Muammar Gaddafi's February speech, which spread from his home country of Israel to a number of other countries in the region. (He also produced a popular alternate version, which does not contain the dancing girls and could potentially be more "palatable" in some areas.)

Now that the tide has changed in Libya, Alooshe released something of a sequel to that video, utilizing an interview clip with a reported Libyan rebel that was widely seen in the days that anti-Gaddafi forces made their way into the heart of Tripoli: