North Korea Begs China To Stop Calling ‘Glorious Leader’ Fat

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North Korea has made an official request to Chinese officials pleading them to stop referring to their leader, Kim Jong-Un, as fat.

Kim Jonh-Un’s ministers have asked the Chinese media to stop calling their ‘glorious leader’ Jin San pang, which translates to Kim Fatty III’.

Image Source: Just Memes
Image Source: Just Memes

Kim Fatty Ill, Jin Pang Pang (Kim Fatty) and Jin San Fei (Kim Abundant III) are all nicknames that have widely spread in use across North Korea’s neighbouring country.


North Korean officials are terrified the cheese-loving tyrant will make ‘heads roll’ if he finds out about the name calling, as those who have fallen foul of the leader in previous years have found themselves in serious danger.

The chubby dictator is said to have piled on the pounds in recent years due to his apparent obsession with Swiss cheese, whiskey and scallops. Ask anyone in North Korea about his weight gain and they’ll probably put it down to him being big bones.

Judging by these hilarious memes, it isn’t just China mocking the tubby North Korean leader.



North Korean leader Kim Jong Un claps hands during a mass military parade at Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang to celebrate 100 years since the birth of the late North Korean founder Kim Il Sung on Sunday, April 15, 2012. North Korea's new leader Kim Jong Un gave his first public speech Sunday since taking power, portraying himself as a strong military chief unafraid of foreign powers as the army showed off what appeared to be a new long-range missile. (AP Photo/Kyodo News) JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT, NO LICENSING IN CHINA, HONG KONG, JAPAN, SOUTH KOREA AND FRANCE

Still, weight shaming isn’t funny, especially if you’re mocking an all-powerful Communist leader who boasts about his nuclear prowess.

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