Rapper Pitbull ignites crowd with message for those who don’t ‘f-ing appreciate’ the US to find the door

World-famous rapper Pitbull delivered a very profane message to anyone who hates America during a concert. The moment was captured on video and surfaced mostly on Twitter, but it remains unclear which exact concert this could be from.

Pitbull, a popular Billboard charting artist with billions of video views, stated (warning, this contains profane language): “To whoever the f*** doesn’t like the United States of America, may God bless you but f*** you at the same time. If you don’t like the United States of America, go back to the countries that we came the f*** from and you’ll see how much you appreciate the United States of America.”

Much of the audience erupted in applause and loved every minute of it as the rapper, famous for songs like Timber and Give Me Everything, performed during the concert during what appears to be his ‘I Feel Good’ tour spanning various cities in the United States.

The famed pop star performer’s message comes at a time where the United States faces an internal struggle between the right and the left, as President Joe Biden appears to lose popularity in the polls and his administration suffers major dilemmas at the border and with the economy.

Warning: Video contains profanity.

Pitbull, whose real name is Armando Christian Perez, is Cuban-American and was born in Florida in 1981, but his parents were born in Cuba. They moved to Florida, but his parents eventually split up during his childhood. Pitbull had even spent time with a foster family in Georgia, but made his way back to Miami by the time he was in high school. During those years, he had crafted his skills and turned into one of the most notable Latin recording artists known around the world.

Democrats are often accused of disliking America and their policies are routinely criticized, with Republican social media figures and politicians explaining how they believe the left wants to turn America towards socialism. Toxic political discourse on social media is at an all-time high as a result of inflamed tensions between the parties.

It was just last summer that Fox News host Tucker Carlson suggested that members of the Democratic Party should not be permitted to run the country because they don’t like it. Specifically, Carlson said many Democrats “despise” America.

Carlson said this in the time leading up to the 2020 election and Joe Biden’s campaign, at the time, had accused Carlson of “hate speech masquerading as journalism” while also supporting his then opponent, Donald Trump.

It’s not often that celebrities stand up for America, but Pitbull made a great point to remind people how great it is here in comparison to other places in the world.


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