North Korea has sounded out warnings to Chinese officials, asking them to stop calling Kim Jong Un FAT, or heads will roll. The DPRK leader is widely known in China as “Kim Fatty the Third,” a nickname used by the local media as “Jin San Pang.”
According to a Hong Kong news outlet Apple Daily, angry North Korean government officials are demanding that their glorious leader should be given the respect he deserves.
Reports say the DPRK ministers made this state request after their old comrades across China mocked the double-chinned tyrant, whose body weight significantly increased within a period of two years.
Image shows Kim Jong Un looking fairly thin in 2014.
This is a recent picture of the North Korean dictator.
Kim is a Swiss cheese fan who also loves imported booze. His yearly budget includes around £134,000 spent on foreign delicacies like champagne, vodka and a large quantity of cheese, The Sun confirms.
Last year, the 33-year-old leader imported £155,000 of whisky from Germany, Denmark and Georgia.
The nuke-loving dictator studied in Switzerland where he developed taste for Johnnie Walker Scotch and French cheeses, the report adds.
Kim imported £2,000 of rum from Germany and Denmark.
He also spent £59,000 on chewing gum.
Image shows Kim Jong Un inspecting a bread factory in North Korea.
Notwithstanding his strange addictions, and how it has affected his body weight, the Chinese government considers him a “beloved son.”
There’s no way China would go on embarrassing an important ally like Kim Jong Un, knowing such insults could prove costly for Xi Jin Ping’s government.
Searches for the Chinese words “Jin San Pang” on the search engine Baidu and microblogging platform Weibo returned no results this week – a sign a respect to the North Korean despot.
Though relations between China and North Korea haven’t been at its best thanks to the DPRK’s nuclear weapons program, the two countries don’t need to be at war – not even with the U.S. [their common foe] watching from afar.