via China banned all mention of Kim Jong Un while he was in Beijing — so people called him ‘fatty on the train’ instead – AOL News

As China banned all mention of Kim Jong Un on its internet during his secretive visit, people on the internet dodged the ban by calling him “fatty on the train” instead.

The North Korean leader made an “unofficial visit” to Beijing earlier this week, China finally announced on Wednesday. But while it was in progress, nobody would say what was going on, despite huge speculation, and the fairly obvious signal of Kim’s personal armoured train pitching up in the city..

In an attempt to keep the visit under wraps earlier this week, China censored the characters for “Kim Jong Un” and “North Korea” from its internet — as well as longstanding nicknames for the North Korean leader, such as “Fatty Fatty.”

via China banned all mention of Kim Jong Un while he was in Beijing — so people called him ‘fatty on the train’ instead – AOL News

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