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Rapper Bryson Gray announced on Twitter on Thursday that his music video mocking President Joe Biden has been removed. youtube Because of “medical misinformation”.

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


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Gray stated that the lyric version of the video was initially banned but then the actual music video was removed.

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“Update: The music video was just banned,” Gray tweeted. “@youtube this is madness.”

YouTube’s tech support responded to a tweet from Gray and said they were looking into the matter.

“Jumping in – we’re sending this back to the right team for review again,” YouTube said on Twitter. “We’ll share an update when we get a response from them. Appreciate your patience in the meantime.”

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YouTube did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Granthshala News.

Gray told Granthshala News that he had not heard anything from YouTube about the re-review and that his song was still banned.

“Why is the most censored rapper in the country someone who doesn’t even curse at songs?” Gray told Granthshala News. “Why can you rap about murder, sex and drugs but get banned when I rap about questioning the government? Is this still America?”

The song takes several shots at Biden’s chaotic Afghanistan return, cognitive ability and handling of the coronavirus.

the song is reached 4th place in iTunes list of rap songs.

The phrase “Let’s go Brandon” became internet phenomenon An NBC reporter told viewers during a broadcast of the NASCAR Xfinity Series that fans in the stands were “Let’s go Brandon!” were shouting. While she interviewed driver Brandon Brown. Fans were actually screaming, “F*** Joe Biden!”

Memes, jokes and comments posted by critics of the media mocking NBC’s coverage during the interview immediately began to spread across the Internet.

It took less than a day for the Mantra to reach major sporting events, including a . also includes New York Jets NFL Football Game And a Boston Red Sox Playoff Baseball Game.

At Chicago airport, a man shouted “Let’s go Brandon!” to an airline employee. By saying the phrase deceived. via paging system

The phrase is also trending on social media and has been used by prominent political figures and pundits, including Sen. Ted Cruz and Donald Trump, Jr.