Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Apparently Kai, California's Hatchet-Wielding Superhero, Sings

Posted By on Wed, Feb 13, 2013 at 4:00 PM

In case you hadn't gotten enough of the hitchhiking hippie who splits wigs with his trusty hatchet, California's KMPH was able to catch up with Kai, he who is able to take out murderous rapists with a few, non-lethal swings.

After a fairly lengthy interview with the man, learning that he's Canadian, that he was abused as a child, and that he can speak a few languages (one of them being French), Kai serenaded KMPH.

And it's surprisingly good.

Way to go, Kai. In this day and age, you're liable to get at least one novelty record out of this. Keep on swingin', buddy.

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