HKT48's new song has angered the president of a women's university in Tokyo.
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10 May 2016 - 6:58 PM  UPDATED 10 May 2016 - 11:40 PM

HKT48's latest song "Einstein yori Dianna Agron" released April 13 has angered the president of a women's university in Tokyo. Masami Ohinata, a psychologist and president of Keisen University wrote about the shock of encountering the song, through a blog post.

"I felt as if the clock was turned back to 50 years or 100 years ago," she said on the song that is apparently about a girl who knows "almost nothing about Einstein but admires American actress Dianna Agron." 

The song written by famed song writer Yasushi Akimoto features lyrics like, "“I don’t think about anything difficult,” “I am not interested in news” and “what is important is keeping my skin smooth.”

According to Ohinata, the song also says it's "ok for girls to be empty-headed" and that studies are "meaningless if a girl is not loved." 

Here is the MV to the song!

Source: The Japan Times

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