Saturday, September 23, 2023

TikTok Cancels Viral ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Rap, Labels Black Artist as ‘Bully’

'Tik Tok is claiming that I'm bullying? But how???'

Editor’s Note: Video contains profanities.

The rapper behind a viral “Let’s Go Brandon” song said TikTok suspended his account for “bullying.”

TikTok user Loza Alexander said the social media giant locked him out of his account after his “Let’s Go Brandon Theme Song” went viral on the app, garnering tens of thousands of likes since it was posted on Sunday.

The song even topped Apple Music’s rap and hip-hop genre on Thursday, and sold more than 500,000 units.

Now, however, Alexander says the original publisher, China-based TikTok, is planning on taking down his song altogether.

@lozaalexanderTIK TOK IS REMOVING THE LETS GO BRANDON VIDEO ON TIK TOK SPREAD THE WORD!!!!!!!!!##letsgobrandon ##letsgobrandonchallenge ##loza ##lozaalexander♬ LETS GO BRANDON THEME SONG – Loza Alexander

He shared a picture of a content violation message sent to his account, which cites “harassment and bullying.”

The “Let’s Go Brandon” chant originated after an NBC News reporter mistook the crowd’s “F*** Joe Biden” chant at a NASCAR race as “Let’s Go Brandon.”

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