Japanese Twitch streamer and “Dota 2” player Xiinya has gone viral for taking the toxic comments she receives online and turning them into an electronic dance music (EDM) bop.
In the two-minute song titled “SEA SERVER,” which Xiinya debuted on her Facebook page on Sept. 23, the streamer lists out the vulgarities she hears while going live on the Southeast Asian server.
The song includes different Southeast Asian dialects, including Hokkien and Tagalog:
- sohai (Malaysian): stupid or idiot
- lanjiao (Hokkien): d*ck or penis
- anjing (Indonesian): dog
- mak kau hijau (Malaysian) = Your mother is green
- pukimak (Malaysian) = Your mom p*ssy
- putang ina mo (Tagalog) = Your mother is a whore
- cibai (Hokkien) = P*ssy
- bangsat (Malaysian) = Bastard
- babi (Malaysian) = Pig
- bobo (Tagalog) = Stupid
“When I learned the languages the first time, I was just joking,” Xiinya said in an interview with Esports.gg. “I was randomly chanting on my stream ‘Sohai, cibai, pukimak. Yay!’ and people liked it. My chat liked it. And when I uploaded the original chanting clip on Facebook, someone commented and asked me to make a remix of the chant.”
Social media users have called the new song “the official SEA Gamers National Anthem.” Some people have named Xiinya “the Queen of SEA,” while others have begged the streamer to drop an album.
“SEA SERVER” is now available on Spotify to get you through the week.