WATCH: Kiwis reach unfounded levels of triggery after company performs ‘haka’ for cheer competition
Rugby Onslaught die-hards know that the words Kiwi and triggered are virtually synonymous.
However this went to whole new levels last week after Keppel Corp, a Singaporean offshore company really took the biscuit after performing their own haka for a cheer competition.
The Keppel video featuring a little over 30 employee badly imitating the traditional Haka war dance of the New Zealand Māori people was finally taken down from the NDP 2018 Facebook page after a slew of comments from the public showing their disdain for the video.
Please tell me they are not performing this for NDP… pic.twitter.com/oKdGS5Knfm
— SGAG (@SGAG_SG) July 27, 2018
We have not as of yet received news as to whether the company will not be liquidated after asking so disgracefully in the in the face of Kiwi culture.
As for us…
We prefer the English’s take on proceedings!
— England Police RUFC (@englandpoliceru) July 15, 2017