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People convinced Disney movie has character ’swearing in a Scottish accent’

People convinced Disney movie has character ’swearing in a Scottish accent’

Moana fans have accused an X user of 'ruining' the iconic Disney animation...

A Disney lover has been accused of 'ruining' Moana for fans after pointing out one of the movie's hit songs sounds like someone swearing in a Scottish accent.

Just a word of warning, you won't be able to unhear this one...

Dean Johnson took to X, formerly Twitter, to share a clip of the song 'I Am Moana (Song of the Ancestors)', arguably one of the best songs in the Disney animation, along with his theory.

He wrote: "I can't be the only one who hears, 'it's like the tide, always f**king rising,' in a heavy Scottish accent right?"

Well now we can, cheers Dean.

After the post, which has since been liked more than 39,000 times, blew up, the X user was inundated with replies from Disney fans who couldn't unhear the Scottish swear.

"Well that's ruined," one person responded, while another added: "I can't unhear it now!"

A third questioned: "WTF was the original lyric, I can't hear or remember it now..."

"F***. I can't unhear it, and now I don't remember the original line," someone else agreed.

The film became a hit after its release in 2016.
Walt Disney Studios

Obviously that's not what Moana actually sings, the real lyric goes: "It's like ride, always falling and rising," which makes a lot more sense, but is arguably less amusing.

In response to the post gaining a lot of traction, Dean wrote: "Well this blew up. Moana's a banger of a film btw.

"Give it a rewatch with your new favourite f-bomb included. Thrilled to have improved/ruined this for y’all."

He added: "P.S. support your local theatres and cinemas please and thank you!"

Dean's not wrong either.

Moana is fast on its way to becoming one of the most popular Disney animations in recent years, still rating an impressive 96 percent on Rotten Tomatoes more than seven years after its cinematic release in 2016.

Moana has an impressive 96 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.
Walt Disney Studios

The hit film follows adventurous teen Moana (voiced by Auliʻi Cravalho), the daughter of her village's chief, who is selected by the ocean to set on a daring mission to save her people.

Along the way, Moana meets the once mighty demigod Maui (voiced by Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson), who helps her to fulfil her mission, while discovering her own identity along the way.

It's incredibly wholesome, but fans of the movie might be shocked to learn the history of The Rock's character, Maui, who has a rather interesting and colourful origin story.

Featured Image Credit: Walt Disney Studios

Topics: Twitter, TV and Film, Social Media