Popular YouTuber Olajide ‘KSI’ Olatunji uploaded a ‘Roast Me’ video on January 9, where one Reddit commenter pointed out the low rating of his 2016 film, ‘Laid in America.’
KSI appeared to be taken aback by the information and took to Google to confirm the commenter’s claim, who alleged that his movie had a lower rating than 2007’s CGI ‘Alvin and the Chipmunks’ flick.
“Fuck off, is that true?” KSI asked, going on to note that the ‘Chipmunks’ scored a 5.2 out of 10 on film database site IMDB. In comparison, KSI’s ‘Laid in America’ only received a 4.6 out of 10 on the site - much to his disappointment.
“Fuck, man,” KSI laughed. “Okay, yeah, that’s an L.”
That wasn’t the end of the roasting; yet another commenter noted that ‘Laid in America’ had a lower score than 2017 animated film ‘The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature,’ which scored a 5.4.
“How is that on a 5.4?” KSI asked incredulously. “Yo, on the real, who the fuck is giving 'Laid in America' such a bad rating? It’s not that bad of a movie, man!”
KSI’s ‘roast me’ video follows the end of a month-long feud with his little brother, Deji, which came to a conclusion after Deji uploaded an apology video on January 6 and deleted his ‘Unforgivable’ diss track.
However, KSI noted that Deji had simply unlisted the video, rather than actually deleting it, with Deji only removing the track from YouTube after KSI texted him about the matter.