These 5 celebrities have something in common. Yes, they are celebrity singers, but there is another thing common between them – they have funny stage names.
Well, except Ke$ha – it’s her own name but you’ll know why she’s included later on.
Alright, the point is – having a stage name is cool IF it sounds cool. Or else…
First example, Curtis James Jackson III is an American rapper and actor, and he uses “50 Cent” as his stage name.
When I first heard of him, I can’t help but to image this…
50 Cent, literally. In Euro currency in this case.
Or since we’re Malaysians, some of you could have imagined this…
50 Cent with nice Malaysian nipple huh?
Aliaune Badara Akon Thiam, on the other hand, uses “Akon” instead of Aliaune – which I think sounds cooler.
Before I continue, I bet you all can guess what’s coming up…
Yeah, Akon sounds like Aircon. It’s cooler – I wanna blow you right now, na na.
Another American rapper, Armando Christian Pérez, is better known by his stage name “Pitbull“.
I only knew he existed when he collaborated on Enrique Iglesias’ new song – I Like It.
You know, pit bull is actually a dog. So…
That’s more like it!
And this is Pitbull with 2 sexy ladies.
Looking handsome with the white suite right?
Next is Lady Gaga, which her real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta.
Of all names, she called herself “Gaga”.
To be honest, it sounds like some Japanese anime character expressing shocked expression.
Anyway, Ke$ha won’t be mentioned if it wasn’t because of the Dollar sign ($) on her name.
You see, she’s an American pop singer. Being an American, it’s totally understandable why she uses the $ sign on her name.
The United States of America uses the Dollar currency symbol right?
So what if she goes to United Kingdom…
Other European countries…
The Land of the Rising Sun, Japan…
She would have different names at different countries with different currency term!
Oh I forget, if Ke$ha comes to Malaysia…
Anyway, how come Ke$ha gets a currency symbol on her name?
I want also – K€nwooi!