Jon Lajoie’s new music video has a simple message: “F**k Everything”

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Comedian Jon Lajoie has struck again– and hard. If you’re unfamiliar with the man, in short he’s a dude that, at this point in his career, can film himself sitting on the couch for 12 seconds, upload it and get half a million YouTube views in a day. He hasn’t gone that route yet, but I’d watch it if he did.

Anyway, Lajoie — part of the ensemble cast of FX’s The League — recently released his latest musical comedy masterpiece– “Fuck Everything.” It’s a rap song that marries contemporary hip-hop’s needlessly aggressive tone to the philosophical ideology of apathy, or something. Point is, it’s fucking funny. And you should watch it three times in a row. Check it out.

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