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House Music – Big Brother’s Racist Chant

by | 1st, February 2007

“SHILPA ‘called a Paki’ on Big Brother.”

So goes the Sun’s front page. And the news is that an informant within the greater Big Brother alliance claims one use of the word features in a song. The lyrics run: “This house used to be happy, until that f**king –.”

As the Sun says on its font page, the “dashes are believed to mean the word Paki”.

But who sang such a thing? Looking over the Big Brother agonists, we see musicians aplenty.

Was it Leo Sayer (Thunder In My Heart: “A man where it comes from I just don’t know/ oh no, oh no” )?

Was it Jermaine Jackson (“Some things Are Private: “I’m gonna let you see/ All of my faces/ All the soft places”)?

What about Preparation H from Steps (5-6-7-8: “Foot kickin’ finger clickin’, leather slapping hand clappin’/ hip bumpin’ music thumpin’ knee hitchin’ heel and toe/ floor scuffin’ leg shufflin’ big grinnin’ body spinnin’/ rompin’ stompin’ pumpin’ jumpin’ slidin’ glidin’ here we go ”)?

Or what about Jo O’Meara from SS Club 7 (The Colour Of Blue: “The colour of blue/ Reminds me of you/ I never see grey, green, black/ You’re

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