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Song ‘Je Suis Charlie’ blows up Internet

A video for the song 'Je suis Charlie' by a French artist has collected more than 3 million views in YouTube. JB Bullet wrote it in memory of the victims of the terrorist attack on the editorial office of the French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo January 7.

As reported, the author created this song in the night when he saw shocking footage from the place of Charlie Hebdo shooting on TV.

"Usually I don't create partisan songs, in contrast, my videos are "easy", but this event gave me courage. So I wrote this song the same night, when on television there were showed these shocking images," JB Bullet said in the text accompanying the video.

"A Kalashnikov shot for a pencil stroke: you soiled your religion," the chorus of the song sings.