Razor Ramon

This Japanese comedian Sumitani Masaki, otherwise known as Hard Gay or Razor Ramon HG participate in this "Gaki no tsukai, one of a series of 笑ってはいけないハイスクール(Waratte-ha-ikenai-high-school)".

Razor Ramon HG is a character made by Sumitani Masaki in 2002, although he became popular in 2005 after being featured on national television. Most fans call him Hard Gay or just HG, and know him for his Village People-styled clothing, hip-thrusting and grinding. He also has a trademark yell, "FOOOOOO!" While he may look obscene to some, HG's act is all about helping the public. For example, there was an acoustic street performer. Nobody was really listening to him, so HG started running around and yelling "FOOO!" and what good music it was and did several hip-thrusts. Needless to say, it didn't get the performer much of an audience...but it produced tons of laughs from audiences at home. His acts have begun to affect pop culture, with characters from dramas occasionally shouting "FOOO!" when they are excited. If you're watching Japanese television and hear Ricky Martin's "Livin La Vida Loca" (HG's theme), you know Hard Gay can't be far.

Unlike his extroverted character, Sumitani Masaki is quite the introvert. He's very shy and actually quite straight. You'd be hard-pressed to find somebody who can sit through a clip of HG's acts and not laugh. Even his act is gayness, but it doesn't mean he is a gay. He once been caught having date with Anne Suzuki (a swimsuit model, once act in Hong Kong movie Initial D with Jay Chou as Natsuki Mogi). Gay is an adjective meaning "carefree", "happy", or "bright and showy". Therefore he is a comedian who entertaining and helping people. He is also a regular perform wrestler in some Japanese wrestling show. Well, I'm a fan of Hard Gay. "FOOOOOO!"

For more information about Hard Gay, visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masaki_Sumitani.


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