YouTube Bans “Let’s Go Brandon” Videos

Rapper Bryson Gray, who doesn’t even curse in his songs, is the most censored rapper in the country as the video for his song “Let’s Go Brandon” has been banned by YouTube. The video had been viewed millions of times and the song is currently charting at #4 on iTunes, yet YouTube used its power of censorship to ban this video citing medical misinformation.

The “Let’s Go Brandon” song came about when NBC reporter Kelly Stavast mentioned the crowd was chanting “Let’s Go Brandon” during an interview with Brandon Brown following his win at Alabama’s Talladega Superspeedway. Although, the crowd wasn’t chanting “Let’s Go Brandon,” they were chanting “F*ck Joe Biden” as they have been at football games, street protests and other locations across America in opposition of Joe Biden’s failed agenda. Joe Biden’s failed agenda has been causing a spike in gas prices, food prices and inflation as well as a lack of grocery items and other items Americans are needing plus influx of illegals at the southern boarder, to name a few things. American citizens don’t agree with Joe Biden’s “Build Back better” plan. They just want him to put things back the way he found them.

Bryson Gray was surprised by being banned by YouTube and commented by saying “I can’t even express myself through art.”

Others on Instagram are sticking up for Bryson by saying:

@yoramirez “There’s a f*ck donald trump rap song still out there. Smh such bullshit”

@strommlly “I don’t care what your political affiliation is, you cannot support this nonsense. If ‘they’ can pick and choose who they censor, what is to prevent them for coming for you?”

@jjerhas “Crazy thing is, the medical misinformation is a quote from Joe Biden’s mouth used in the sing… which means Biden should be deplatformed if you ask me”

Support rapper Bryson Gray by following him on social media and purchasing his music. #FJB

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