Trump’s strongest supporter in the rap music sphere is not any of the criminals he pardoned toward the end of his first term, but rather rapper Forgiato Blow, the guy behind the new song “Boycott Target,” which just hit no. 1 on Apple’s iTunes. Despite that massive success, all isn’t well: Blow claims Apple is suppressing his music and “keeping it off the radar” because of its conservative theme.
The song features a few other rappers, namely Jimmy Levy, Nick Nittoli, and Stoney Dudebro, though Blow is the main singer in the hit song. It came out very quickly after the Target boycott started to heat up as outrage over Target’s Satanist-designed and pro-LGBTQ clothing grew. Released on May 25th, it has worked its way to the top of the charts in just a few short days.
Watch the music video for the song here:
BREAKING REPORT: 'Boycott Target' TAKES THE # 1 SPOT on Apple iTunes for ALL MUSIC, knocking Taylor Swift to #2..
AMERICA IS WAKING UP…
— Chuck Callesto (@ChuckCallesto) May 30, 2023
As you can hear in the above music video, the song’s lyrics mainly target Target for what Blow characterizes as its “groomer” behavior. In the song’s opening line, for example, he says, “Attention all shoppers, there’s a clean up on every aisle. Target is targeting your kids.”
In another part of the songs, the lyrics go, “You Know The LGBTQ, They Went Too Far / You Know They Cuttin These Kids / Leaving Trannies With Scars“.
Later, another stanza of the song goes, “I Herd The New Story Target Targetting Kids / They Going After Our Youth And Yeah They Do It Like This / If You Ain’t Mad Yet / Then You Better Be Pissed / Let’s Protest Until They Close And They Ain’t Gonna Be Missed / Why They Got Pride Shirts In The Kids Clothing Section / Why They Trying To Mess With The Kids And Give Misconception / They Manipulate And Minds Re Making Evil Impressions / Got No Got Little Boys Talking Now By Time 18’s Got Depression.”
That song has taken the internet by storm, having blown right past Taylor Swift and other artists to the number 1 position. However, Blow is unsatisfied with that rapid and massive success, as he thinks that Apple is targeting his conservative music and suppressing it. Speaking to Fox News Channel’s Brian Kilmeade, Blow said, “It’s shadow-banned all over the world right now.”
Continuing, he claimed the company is keeping it hidden, saying, “You can’t even search the song on iTunes without going to the music video and clicking the external link. They’re trying their hardest to keep it off the radar.”
He then turned from his song to what’s happening to America’s children, saying, “We’re living in a culture right now where people need to speak out. We need to stand up for the children.” “There’s no place for LGBTQ for fourth- and fifth-graders,” he added.
Regardless, the song has seen massive success on iTunes in beating out other, much more famous artists. The song has also seen a good amount of success on YouTube. Since posted to Blow’s YouTube channel, “Mayor of Magaville,” the video has gotten hundreds of thousands of views.
Featured image credit: screengrab from the embedded video
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