Rapper Bryson Gray’s song “Let’s Go Brandon” was banned Thursday from YouTube for allegedly containing “medical misinformation,” and then apparently banned Sunday from Instagram for violating guidelines on “harmful false information.”
“Let’s Go Brandon” has become a viral anti-President Joe Biden saying following a recent NASCAR race, where an NBC reporter claimed fans were cheering on the race winner, Brandon Brown, when they were actually chanting “F*** Joe Biden.”
“YouTube has banned ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ song from YouTube due to ‘medical information,’” Gray posted to Twitter. “What medical misinformation is in the song? Whoa.”
According to Fox News, the artist said that the lyric version of the video was first banned, “but then the actual music video was taken down,” too.
YouTube deletes ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ song claiming ‘medical misinformation’
Rapper Bryson Gray announced on Twitter Thursday that his music video poking fun at President Joe Biden was removed from YouTube due to “medical misinformation.”
“YouTube has banned ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ song from YouTube due to ‘medical information,’ Gray posted on Twitter. “What medical misinformation is in the song? Whoa.”
Gray said that initially the lyric version of the video was banned but then the actual music video was taken down.
“Update: The music video was just banned,” Gray tweeted. “@YouTube this is crazy.”
Another ‘Let’s go, Brandon’ song goes viral with nearly 1 million views
Another adaptation of the “Let’s go, Brandon” chant went viral.
YouTube user Forgiato Blow created a hit after Loza Alexander’s “Let’s Go Brandon Theme Song” topped the charts in two Apple Music genres. The “Let’s go Brandon” chant originated from an Oct. 2 post-race interview that an NBC News sports reporter conducted with NASCAR star Brandon Brown. The crowd behind the reporter repeatedly yelled, “F*** Joe Biden,” but she told the camera they were shouting, “Let’s go, Brandon.”
“Sleepy Joe ain’t got no support,” the lyrics said. “Hunter Biden better show up to court.”
The music video was posted Monday and has more than 830,000 views and 47,000 “likes.”