White & Nerdy

Music Video: White & Nerdy

Artisit: "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 2:50

  • Copyright: "Weird Al" Yankovic

Music Video For White & Nerdy By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

Reviews For White & Nerdy By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Love it

    By Common Sense American
    It's fun to watch Werid Al's music videos and find all the comedians he hides throught out them
  • Cool

    By tvjlhb
    I love this video it is so funny every time I see it I laugh even more
  • Hey, stop it haters

    By MonsterSackboy9
    I am a nerd myself, and I do not think this is making fun of them, this is funny! Also, this is not racist. He meant “white uniforms.” Pay attention to the video! Also, does the iTunes version censor the middle fingers? On vevo, it did, but on iTunes, I am not too sure. Number 97 on the charts? Congrats! This is still big! Deserves to stay in the top 100 for at least another year
  • Don't buy this

    By CapSuper
    Song is, of course, fantastic, but the image quality on this video is bad. It's a tad pixilated, and it fades out early. What the hell???
  • Che boi

    By -NFan
  • Soooooooooooo funny

    By avenger1137
    White and nerdy

    By la driew
  • ‘O’

    By 🌺Sophia🌺
    Nuh way! I make all my sandwiches with mayonnaise. I heard that and I was like “No way”. Great song. Very true, and funny
  • They see him mowin his front lawn

    By Jewel box44
    They see him mowin the front lawn but well it's obvious I'm white and nerdy

    By 🔥FireStrike🔥
    Hilarious as usual XD

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