An anti-President Biden rap song inspired by the viral “Let’s go Brandon!” trend is now at the top of the iTunes hip-hop charts.
The song, performed by rapper Loza Alexander and titled “Let’s Go Brandon,” first went viral on TikTok before quickly climbing the iTunes hip-hop charts to clinch No. 1.
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The song was inspired by the “Let’s go Brandon!” A trend that has swept the country since NBC sports reporter Kelli Stavast interviewed NASCAR driver Brandon Brown after his victory at Alabama’s Talladega Superspeedway earlier this month. During the interview, the crowd could be heard chanting “F — Joe Biden” in the background, which Stavast apparently misheard as “Let’s go Brandon!”
“Brandon, you also said to me – as you can hear the crowd chanting, ‘Let’s go, Brandon’ – Brandon, you told me you were going to delay those first two steps a little bit and just watch and learn. “Stavast told Brown during the interview. “What have you learned that has helped you in these last rounds? “
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The interview quickly went viral on social media, with some users speculating that the reporter had intentionally tried to distort what the crowd was singing. From there, the phrase became something of a calling card for opponents of the president, finding its way onto merchandise as others began chanting it at sporting events.
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At a recent Georgia-Auburn college football game, someone hired a plane to carry a banner with the words “Come on Brandon!” Phrase written on it, the phrase largely replacing the more vulgar chants “F — Joe Biden!” that had spread across the country.
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