The anti-Biden anthem “Let’s Go Brandon,” performed by Christian rapper Bryson Gray, bumped pop music superstar Adele’s latest single off its perch as the top song on iTunes and the left is fuming mad about the stunning development.
President Joe Biden has finally fulfilled his vow to unite the country, with a little help from NBC Sports, but not in a way he was expecting. The phrase “Let’s Go Brandon” took the nation by storm when an NBC reporter was interviewing NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Brandon Brown, who had just won. As the crowd behind them chanted, “F–k Joe Biden!,” the reporter erroneously said they were actually chanting, “Let’s Go Brandon.”
(The phase “F–k Joe Biden!” has been prevalent at live sporting events for a number of weeks.)
In his song, which features Tyson James and Chandler Crump, the lyrics slam Biden for his response to the pandemic, the botched Afghanistan withdrawal, and even his cognitive ability: “I think we all know he’s out to lunch, that dude went campin’ … I’m a Christian, so how do I say this? Let’s go, Brandon!”
Roger Friedman’s Showbiz 411 reacted to the bump in a piece that included this headline: “Adele Booming At Radio, But Temporarily Knocked Off iTunes Top Spot by Moronic Anti-Biden Song.”
After singing Adele’s praises, Friedman wrote: “Meantime, ‘Easy On Me’ was knocked off its perch at number 1 on iTunes after 10 straight days. The temporary displacer is a moronic single called ‘Let’s Go Brandon!’ by Bryson Gray Tyson, an anti-Biden record for anti-vaxxers. Idiots are pushing this piece of crap up the iTunes chart, but no one in their right mind would spend money on it. It’s not a song, or a record, it’s just garbage. Adele will be back at number 1 by tomorrow.”
The meltdown proved to be all too glorious for those on the right:
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) October 26, 2021
Even more glorious is the fact that there are two separate “Let’s Go Brandon” tunes out, and both are going gangbusters on iTunes, as a social media user shared — the second song is an R-rated version from political rapper Loza Alexander, a Proud Boys member. Originally uploaded as a TikTok video, the catchy tune ruthlessly slams the president, with Alexander singing that “nobody like his *ss” and that “nobody want this commie ’cause we not in China.”
Not just 1 version but 2 😂🤣 pic.twitter.com/IZdXXXCGgR
— OC ROG (@itsnotovergop) October 26, 2021
Of course, Gray was likely helped along by Big Tech censors, as he took to Twitter last week to share that his viral rap video was deleted from YouTube
“It just happened. YouTube banned the music video to “Let’s Go Brandon”. The most censored rapper in the country is one that doesn’t even curse. Wow. I can’t even express myself through art,” he tweeted.
But then, he predicted as much in the song: “Let’s go Brandon, when you ask questions they start banning.’”
The online reaction to the story was pretty entertaining on its own — when people are forced to sit back and watch incompetent left-wing zealots destroy the country, they have to take their victories, however small, when they can.
Here’s a quick sampling of the responses from Twitter:
Roger I am sorry this is happening to you! So sorry!
— Mergel Takam (@justjuwon) October 26, 2021
Adele down to third and the top two songs have the same title 😂😂😂
— Ace Hunt (@AceTheFireman) October 26, 2021
Lmao remember folks, thats the most popular president ever
— David (@David46750713) October 26, 2021
Someone should check on Roger. I’m worried about him.
— JustJer (@JustJer6) October 26, 2021
— PopPop T (@TomZobel) October 26, 2021
Love Adele, but also love that this is what displaced her. They’re big mad. 🤣🤣😭
— Nicole Frantz (@theREALISTagent) October 27, 2021
Adele should have Bryson open for her at Hyde Park next summer.
— Lexusboy (@Brady5008) October 26, 2021
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