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Nerfy Guinner Bieber Is Back With 3rd Excercise-tastic Music Video (Video)

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Feel Gaina’s Aloha Spirit.

Nerfy Guiner Bieber, a.k.a. Gaina, has released her third music video and this time it seems she drew inspiration from the tropicl paradise of Hawaii.

Gaina, whose real name is Hina Nagai, is a member of the Japanese female pop idol group Cheeky Parade (a.k.a. Chikipa). She took on the identity of Nerfy Guiner Bieber in 2015 and since then she has been performing as Cheeky Parade’s opening act and releasing music videos under that name. In all her performances she is always accompanied by two back up dancers, which are also members of Cheeky Parade. Up until recently these members were WATANBE (Asami Watanabe) and ROGY (Seran Mizurogi). However, due to Mizurogi leaving the group earlier this year, she was replaced by Cheeky Parade member Rino Shimazaki. Shimazaki appears in the new music video under the name Motherky (this name is derived from the “mazaki” portion of her last name).

Gaina’s intense dance moves have earned her the nickname “the exercise artist.” Although this latest music video, which was released last month, is a bit tamer than her previous two, you’d probably still end up working up a sweat if you tried to dance along.

Gaina’s latest song is called “Ohana” Ohana is a Hawaiian word used to refer to the concept of family (both blood-related and adoptive).

Check out Gaina’s Hawaiian dance video below.

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Source: getnews
Image: NERFY GUINER BIEBER / OHANA (avex YouTube Channel)

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