After Loza Alexander’s Lets Go Brandon song inspired by the viral meme made it to the iTunes chart, another rapper named Bryson Gray has turned heads with his anti-Biden song that’s topping the chart, beating Adele’s Easy on Me.
Bryson’s song featuring Tyson James and Chandler Crump has been banned from YouTube and Instagram for spreading “harmful false information”, according to the New York Post. However, it has still managed to go viral on other platforms.
Who is Bryson Gray?
Bryson is a 30-year-old rapper born in North Carolina.
He identifies himself as the “most censored rapper in America.” His Instagram bio also shows that he is a “Christ Follower. Torah Keeper.”
His Instagram has more than 144,000 followers and consists of a large number of posts related to politics. He is an open Donald Trump supporter, who has publicly expressed his views about COVID-19 vaccination on social media.
Meanwhile, his official YouTube channel features more than 25 videos. Many of them carry quite controversial titles such as Gun Totin’ patriot, No Mask No Vax and Maga Steppin’.
Rapper says cancel culture doesn’t work anymore
Even though Bryson’s song Let’s Go Brandon has been banned on a few platforms, the rapper thinks that has only made more people listen to it.
While speaking to the New York Post on Wednesday, October 27, he said, “Cancel culture doesn’t work anymore. It only works on people who are scared … all it does is help me out. Thanks, YouTube!”
Talking about his song being banned on Instagram and YouTube, the rapper further added, “If you’re going to ban people, you’ve got to remain consistent.
“There’s rap songs out there about killing people. On YouTube you can talk about murder, you can talk about sex, you can talk about whatever you want, but I can’t simply question the narrative or I’ll get banned. When did they start banning art?”
Why was Let’s Go Brandon banned?
According to the outlet, Bryson’s song was banned on Instagram for sharing “harmful false information” about the pandemic. Its lyrics were considered to be problematic.
The lines in Bryson’s song read, “Pandemic ain’t real, they just planned it” and “Biden said the jab stop the spread, it was lies.”
The other lines in the song include, “Media lyin’, ignore all the cryin’/ They buildin’ back better, but only the Taliban/ Pilots on strike, but to Joe, it’s irrelevant/ Open the border, lose all the order.”
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