A photo of our generation. One of the world’s most celebrated and most pompous men – an admirer of everything gold and sparkly and over the best – remaining with Pikotaro, the entertainer of excruciating viral hit Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen.
The improbable photo of the US president and the Japanese artist, whose genuine name is Kazuhito Kosaka, was taken at a gathering in Tokyo as a feature of Donald Trump’s 11-day voyage through Asia. Pikotaro was sung for the president at the luxurious gathering.
In the picture, Japanese leader Shinzo Abe drifts adjacent, while Trump smiles at the camera and a radiating Pikotaro makes the Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen sign with his hands.
Pikotaro was clearly excited with the meeting, composing on Twitter that it was “a respect” and posting more than 15 pictures from the occasion.
The meeting was not said on Trump’s Twitter account.
Pikotaro was supposedly performed at the supper in light of the fact that Abe needed to keep the mind-set “playful” amid Trump’s visit.
His hit melody, which contains a modest bunch of words, is only 45 seconds in length.
PPAP achieved No 1 on the Billboard Japan Hot 100 and turned into the most brief single to graph on the US Billboard outline.
It is as of now a hit with a few individuals from Trump’s family. A video indicating Ivanka Trump’s little girl, Arabella, chiming in to PPAP turned into a web sensation in November a year ago, matching with Abe’s meeting with the then president-elect in New York.