It Came From YouTube: Konnan’s stupid music video, and Disco Inferno’s response

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In January of 1999, Konnan (AKA: Konan, AKA: K-Dawg, AKA: The Wannabe Gangsta) debuted his stupid “Bow Wow Wow” video on WCW Monday Nitro to promote the WCW Mayhem: The Music album which featured the song.

It featured rapper “Mad One” (who?).

They played it over and over and over and over again in the following weeks.

Thankfully, Disco Inferno responded with a brilliantly funny music video of his own:

“Oil Of Olay! All day, every day!”.

Thanks to my homeboy Crapper Paul S. for submitting both videos and the information about who the rapper was.

I know he’s cool enough to eat the worm.

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11 Responses to "It Came From YouTube: Konnan’s stupid music video, and Disco Inferno’s response"
  1. Paul S. says:

    One minor tweak. The name of the rapper featured in Konnan’s video was “Mad One.”

    • "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:

      I probably should’ve just pasted in what you submitted instead of re-writing it. 🙂

  2. RhineStoneCowboy says:

    No mango suit? How far has Konnan fallen?

  3. E-Squared says:

    I remember this. I enjoyed back then, but in hindsight, I really don’t know why they played it too many times. They even did the same thing with his first music video in late 1998.

  4. Jimbolian says:

    This music video could’ve been saved if P.N. News was featured.

  5. Sean Bateman says:

    Disco Inferno’s version needs a Grammy.

  6. Brendan says:

    Oh god, I remember this. Thank you for capturing how very, very stupid Konnan’s video was.

    “Bow wow wow dibbee doo dibbee day, somethingsomethingsomething all day every day!” I still get those stupid lyrics in my head from time to time. Next take on that other video he did, the “Ashes to Ashes” one.

  7. Jeremy says:

    As bad as this was, I’d almost prefer to watch this music video 20 times than watch tutorials on how to use the WWE App and how to order Sonic and Domino’s Pizza. At least this at least involved a mid-card feud, it wasn’t just shameless shilling or building up to a pointless throwaway match with Jack Swagger than Randy Orton “somehow” managed to win.

  8. Z-Force says:

    Disco Inferno is my hero

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