You might remember Larsen Thompson, 14, and Taylor Hatala, 11, two dancers who first made waves on the internet for destroying a dance routine set to "IDFWU."
On Monday, the YouTube sensations dropped a new video set to Beyoncé's "Run the World." In it, the two girls disrupt an office, showing off their killer moves, literally traipsing across grown men at one point.
But at the minute-and-a-half mark, the two girls randomly emerge in qipaos, chopsticks, and fans, breaking it down to "I Am the Best," a track by popular K-pop band 2NE1.
Although a slew of websites have praised Thompson and Hatala for their moves — Minzy of 2NE1 even shared their viral video, now with more than 1 million views — Phil Yu, who runs Angry Asian Man, slammed the video and the "white girls playing Asian dress-up."
"I get it. This is the part where they drop the K-pop track... so naturally, you have to throw in all this random Asian shit. Or rather, someone's ridiculous, lazy approximation of Asian-ness," he wrote. "What, no pandas? How about a friggin' samurai sword? The thing is, all of this seems completely unnecessary."