Three months after taking aim at Suicide Squad director David Ayer for stealing their aesthetic for his once-hyped blockbuster, South African duo Die Antwoord have accused another movie of failing to credit their work.
In an Instagram post on Wednesday, Ninja took aim at Chappie
, the 2015 sci-fi film starring Dev Patel, Sigourney Weaver, and Hugh Jackman. The duo were involved heavily in the movie which was set in Johannesburg and had Yolandi Visser in a supporting role. Ninja, however, says that he and Visser weren't credited after they "hand-painted" a "secret lair" seen in the film.
In the post, which you can see below, Ninja makes sure to point out that, as he's said before, the duo are creating a movie of their own and that there will be "no brakes on." After their last couple videos, that's fucking terrifying. There's also talk of a "gremlin face" and some "fat fucks." Here's the quote in full:
DIE ANTWOORD's secret lair in CHAPPIE hand-painted by Ninja and ¥o-landi... dumb fucks 'forgot' to credit us... said art direction was by some fat fuck who smiled in our face when neill was around then flipped 2 retard gremlin face when neill was gone... was a few fat fat fucks like dat on set... we gon make our own movie soon wid no brakes on... here cumz fun
Photo via Die Antwoord on Instagram.
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