S'pore Dapor professes his love for Malaysian Chabor in clever song cover

4 June 2014 / 2 years 4 months ago

With more than 2 million hits, Joyce Chu has taken the hearts of netizens with her hit song "Malaysia Chabor" -- and apparently also the heart of a "Singaporean Dapor".

Stomper baggyclan alerted Stomp to this hilarous and creative parody of "Malaysian Chabor" (Malaysian Girl). 

YouTuber Joyce Chu, 17, from Johor Bahru, Malaysia, sang the song with real-life experiences about being mistaken for a Korean.

This cover called "Singaporean Dapor" (Singaporean Guy) is by a local guy smitten with her sings about wanting to say "hello" and "I love you" to Chu. 

With ingenious elements of Korean and chords similar to her original video, he sings in his:

"I look at your Facebook and Weibo (Chinese version of Twitter) everyday

"I want to ask you when are you coming to Singapore?

"I can bring you out for shopping and 'keropok' (crackers)"

However the shy admirer ends the song singing, "I can't tell you my name".

Watch his lovestruck rendition in the video below. 

See also:

Hear 17-year-old Malaysian girl's funny song about being mistaken for a Korean

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