I couldn’t tell you why she became famous briefly, perhaps for her bold attitude on a public TV show. I think she also makes rap songs.Can some american dude explain to me why this chick is so famous?! What does that phrase even mean? Is she flirting? Making a threat?
Can some american dude explain to me why this chick is so famous?! What does that phrase even mean? Is she flirting? Making a threat?
Interesting!As others have mentioned, if you’re looking for blond female protagonists (or just blond protagonists in general), then you’ll find plenty of them in Japanese games (as well as Manga and Anime). It’s probably because blond hair (as well as blue/grey/green eyes) are fairly exotic to the average Japanese.
But there is definitely a relative lack of blond protagonists in western games (and media in general). Remember that meme from the PS360 era, about how the typical AAA protagonist was a dark-haired white(ish) dude? Nathan Drake, Max Payne, that dude from Gears of War, Commander Shepard, Booker from Bioshock Infinite, etc.? I think the main reason was that they probably wanted to have characters that could pass as white, but also pass as hispanic or slightly mixed race (basically castizo), in the hope that this would appeal larger audiences. So they couldn’t be too white, which means blondes are out. Nowadays there’s more diversity, but only in one direction, which means blondes still get the shaft.
But I think another aspect is that blondes in media have negative stereotypes attached to them: there is the ‘dumb blonde’ trope for females, and the ‘handsome but evil villain’ trope for blond men (the latter probably goes back to World War 2). In movies blond men have been cast as villains for a long time (just imagine the typical high school bully from an 80s movie), so it makes sense that there wouldn’t be many blond protagonists in western games either.