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‘Let’s Go Brandon’ latest – Bryson Gray’s anti-Biden song shoots to iTunes number one beating Adele despite YouTube ban


RAPPER Bryson Gray’s song “Let’s Go Brandon” has shot to the number one spot on iTunes, knocking off Adele’s new single, despite the anti-Biden tune’s music video being banned on YouTube.

Gray claimed his “Let’s Go Brandon” video was taken down from YouTube due to “medical misinformation” after the viral chant spawned memes and songs, and a politician wore a mask featuring the phrase.

Gray tweeted: “YouTube has banned ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ song from YouTube due to ‘medical information.’ What medical misinformation is in the song? Whoa.”

Initially, the lyric video was banned before the music video was removed.

“Update: The music video was just banned. @YouTube this is crazy,” he tweeted.

“Jumping in – we’re passing this along to the right team for a re-review,” YouTube’s official Twitter account replied. “We’ll share updates once we hear back from them. Appreciate your patience in the meantime.”

The Sun contacted YouTube’s parent company Google for comment on Monday and did not receive a response a the time of publication.

Plus, South Carolina Republican Rep Jeff Duncan recently wore a mask on the House floor that read “Let’s go Brandon,” CNN reported.

Read our Let’s Go Brandon live blog for the latest updates.

  • FAKE VIRAL MEMO, CONTINUED

    Shared Services Canada denied sending out the memo banning employees from using the “Let’s Go Brandon” chant.

    They said in a statement that the memo is fake and that there is no specific restriction against the use of the term.

    A Shared Services spokesperson said: “We can confirm this message was not issued by Shared Services Canada and it does not reflect departmental policy.”

  • FAKE VIRAL MEMO

    A “Let’s Go Brandon” viral memo banning government workers from using an alleged anti-Biden chant is FAKE, officials say.

    Canadian civil servants had shared an image of a memo threatening them with being fired if they used the term “Let’s go Brandon!”

    But the Canadian federal government has denied it has anything to do with it, reports the National Post.

    The memo was allegedly dated October 14 and it appears to have been sent by Shared Services Canada.

  • DON JR GETS INTO IT

    Donald Trump Jr. shared a meme featuring Biden and the Russian leader Vladimir Putin with his 5.2 million Instagram followers.

    “Name’s Joe but my friends call me Brandon,” it said.

  • THE MOMENT ‘LET’S GO BRANDON’ WAS BORN

    The meme comes from an NBC interview with NASCAR racer Brandon Brown following his NASCAR Xfinity Series win in October 2021.

    In the video, the crowd behind him is chanting “f*** Joe Biden” however, the NBC reporter is claiming the chant is “let’s go Brandon,” which has since been referred to as a form of damage control.

  • ANTI-BIDEN ANTHEM

    Donald Trump supporters have latched on to the family-friendly euphemism – and even Donald Trump Jr tweeted the phrase alongside footage of protesters chanting the true words.

    “Let’s go Brandon” has appeared on plane banners, emblazoned across t-shirts, and even in airport announcements.

  • WHAT HAS BRANDON BROWN SAID?

    Brown has shown he sees the funny side of his newfound attention.

    He said: “To all the other Brandons out there, you’re welcome! Let’s go us.”

    Brandon later tweeted: “Look at me…. I’m Mr worldwide now.”

    And he also shared a meme of his own of a girl batting away a comforting hand with the caption: “Don’t touch me, I’m famous.”

  • WHERE DOES ‘LET’S GO BRANDON’ COME FROM?

    The meme comes from an NBC interview with NASCAR racer Brandon Brown following his NASCAR Xfinity Series win in October 2021.

    In the video, the crowd behind him is chanting “f*** Joe Biden” however, the NBC reporter is claiming the chant is “let’s go Brandon,” which has since been referred to as a form of damage control.

    Across the country, multiple sporting events have had large crowds chanting “f*** Joe Biden” in protest of his presidency.

    Following the viral video, people have been creating different memes with the phrase “Let’s go Brandon,” and posting them all over social media.

  • CONGRESSMAN WEARS ‘LET’S GO BRANDON’ MASK

    South Carolina Republican Rep Jeff Duncan wore a mask on the House floor that read “Let’s go Brandon,” CNN reported.

    It is actually a coded message that means “F**k Joe Biden.”

  • TED CRUZ CHANTED ‘LET’S GO BRANDON’

    The Texas Republican Senator shared the clip on Twitter last week, in which he is seen standing next to a Houston Astros fan, who says: “Let’s Go, Brandon. Say it. Say it!”

    Cruz laughs and pauses to gather himself. He then raises a finger towards the camera and obliges the fan’s request.

    The video was originally posted to TikTok but Cruz later retweeted the clip on Twitter with a shrugging emoji.

  • WHY WAS BRYSON GRAY’S VIDEO TAKEN DOWN?

    Rapper Bryson Gray claimed his “Let’s Go Brandon” video was taken down from YouTube due to “medical misinformation” after the song spawned several memes and songs.

    Gray tweeted: “YouTube has banned ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ song from YouTube due to ‘medical information.’ What medical misinformation is in the song? Whoa.”

  • ‘I DONT BACK DOWN, SAYS RAPPER BRYSON GRAY

    The conservative rapper told The Western Journal that he will stand by his song Let’s Go Brandon after it was taken down by YouTube.

    “I might not be a millionaire,” Gray said.

    “I might not have millions of followers like some of these other influencers. But one thing about the people that support me, one of the main reasons they support me is because of integrity. I don’t back down, no matter how many times I get banned.”

  • WHAT KIND OF ‘LET’S GO BRANDON’ MERCH EXISTS?, CONTINUED

    Online retailers like Amazon and Etsy are selling “F**k Joe Biden” flags, along with their less-vulgar cousin, “Let’s go Brandon.”

    Brandon flags are available on various websites, including AAFNation, which stands for “American As F**k.”

  • WHAT KIND OF ‘LET’S GO BRANDON’ MERCH EXISTS?

    The merchandise varies from hoodies that read, “FJB (F**k Joe Biden) Let’s Go Brandon,” to buttons and stickers.

    The majority of the merchandise uses the US flag as a backdrop and denigrates President Joe Biden.

  • AIR BANNER

    At a recent Georgia-Auburn college football game, one person rented a plane to fly a banner with the “Let’s go Brandon!’ phrase written on it above the stadium.

  • WHY BRANDON?

    The phrase was first conflated with “F**k you Biden” as an accident on October 2 when Nascar driver Brandon Brown won his first Xfinity Series race at Alabama’s Talladega Superspeedway.

    During his post-race interview with NBC sports reporter Kelli Stavast, the crowd was heard chanting “F**k Joe Biden” on live air.

    Stavast seemingly mishears the chant, claiming the crowd is saying “Let’s go Brandon.”

  • ANOTHER CONGRESSMAN JOINS TREND

    Last week Republican Rep Bill Posey ended a speech on the House floor by saying, “Let’s Go Brandon!”

    The Florida congress member slammed President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better plan in his speech.

    “So you must feel compelled to rush through a radical agenda before the midterms,” said Posey.

  • WHITE HOUSE SPOKESMAN DENIES HAVING HEARD ABOUT THE MEME

    “I had never heard of that chant until you explained it to me,” White House spokesman Andrew Bates told the Washington Post.

    “I guess I’m not spending enough time on 8chan or whatever.”

  • CONSERVATIVE PERSONALITY TOMI LAHREN TWEETS

    “Whether you’re rooting for the @astros or the @Braves there is one thing we can all cheer for, LET’S GO BRANDON!” Tomi Lahren tweeted on October 27.

    Her comments come after a recent Georgia-Auburn college football game, one person rented a plane to fly a banner with the “Let’s go Brandon!’ phrase written on it above the stadium.

    Several prominent members of the Republican Party have poked fun at the phrase on Twitter since it first went viral.

    Donald Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr., was present at the Talladega race and posted a picture of himself holding up a “F*** Joe Biden” flag while in the stands.

    “Great to see real America representing loud and proud @TALLADEGEA today,” Trump Jr. said followed by “Let’s go, Brandon!” with multiple numerous face emojis.

  • HAVE REPUBLICANS SPOKEN OUT ABOUT THE LET’S GO BRANDON MEME?

    Several prominent members of the Republican Party have poked fun at the phrase on Twitter since it first went viral.

    Donald Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr., was present at the Talladega race and posted a picture of himself holding up a “F*** Joe Biden” flag while in the stands.

    “Great to see real America representing loud and proud @TALLADEGEA today,” Trump Jr. said followed by “Let’s go, Brandon!” with multiple numerous face emojis.

  • NUMBER ONE SONG ON ITUNES

    Bryson Gray’s take on the anti-Biden anthem has been on the number one spot on iTunes since Sunday, knocking off Adele’s new single Go Easy On Me.

    On the second spot on the chart is Loza Alexander with his own version of Let’s Go Brandon, ahead of Adele.

  • WHY WAS BRYSON GRAY’S VIDEO TAKEN DOWN?

    Rapper Bryson Gray claimed his “Let’s Go Brandon” video was taken down from YouTube due to “medical misinformation” after the song spawned several memes and songs.

    Gray tweeted: “YouTube has banned ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ song from YouTube due to ‘medical information.’ What medical misinformation is in the song? Whoa.”

  • LOZA ALEXANDER’S OTHER WORK

    Previous releases by Alexander, the man behind one of the Let’s Go Brandon songs, also lean heavily toward a Republican audience.

    His 2021 album, “M*GA Man,” features songs titled “Voter Fraud/Fraud” and “Wake Up America” along with explicit tracks directed at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Vice President Kamala Harris.

  • LOZA ALEXANDER’S LET’S GO BRANDON

    Rapper Loza Alexander’s track “Let’s Go Brandon” was ranked at No.2 on the iTunes Top Songs list and No. 1 on its Top Hip-Hop/Rap Songs list by Monday afternoon.

    The track includes the lyrics “Don’t nobody like his a**, huh? / Tried to cover up, but tell the people, go Brandon / But we know what they sayin’, though | You can hear the chant in every post.”

    “LOZA TRAIN TAKING OVER THE WORLD!!!!” Alexander tweeted Friday as his song was going viral.

  • WHO IS BRANDON?

    Brandon Brown is a 28-year-old racecar driver born on September 14, 1993.

    He is currently competing full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series and drives the No. 68 Chevrolet Camaro for Brandonbilt Motorsports.

    Brown has been racing part-time since 2016, coming on as a full-time racer in 2019.

    He graduated in 2018 from Coastal Carolina University with a degree in communications.

  • IS THERE A LET’S GO BRANDON FLAG?

    There have been multiple reports of a plane carrying a banner reading “Let’s go Brandon”.

    On October 9, 2021, at a Georgia-Auburn football game, a plane flew over the crowd with the banner, according to Old Row.

    Another banner was spotted at a Donald Trump rally.

    Along with “Let’s go Brandon,” the banner reads: “Join Gettr.com,” which is a social media site aimed at Republicans founded by former Trump aide Jason Miller.

    There is also merchandise doting the phrase available across the web.

    Online retailers like Amazon and Etsy are selling “F**k Joe Biden” flags, along with their less-vulgar cousin, “Let’s go Brandon.”

    Brandon flags are available on various websites, including AAFNation, which stands for “American As F**k.”





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