RAPPER Bryson 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.
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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.”
ARIZONA MAN ACCEPTS AWARD IN LET'S GO BRANDON SHIRT
James Kilcer, a Marine vet who was seen stopping an armed robbery at a convenience store in a viral video, accepted the Citizen’s Valor Award while wearing a shirt with the phrase Let's Go Brandon, Fox News reported.
Kilcer was also wearing a MAGA hat as he accepted the award handed by Sheriff Leon Wilmot.
REPUBLICANS ON 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.
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.”
WHAT ARE SOME OF THE LYRICS OF THE 'LET'S GO BRANDON' RAP?
Some of the lyrics of the rap song spawned from the meme-able phrase include:
"Tried to cover up, but tell the people, go Brandon
But we know what they sayin’, though
You can hear thе chant in every post
Don’t nobody want this commie ‘causе we not in China
Everybody hated Trump, and now they out to catch a body
That’s what they get for treatin’ us like we in Squid Game
Dream light, mandate like he’s insane
These times, people wakin’ up to e’erything
Go Brandon, but we all know what the sayin’ mean,"
The saying "Let's go Brandon" is used in tandem with the phrase, "F**k Joe Biden" thanks to a viral interview.
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.
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.
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."
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 as of 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.
WHAT DOES 'LET'S GO BRANDON' MEAN?
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
On Monday, October 25, South Carolina Republican Rep. Jeff Duncan was spotted wearing a "Let's Go Brandon" mask.
KID ROCK USES #LETSGOBRANDON
Singer Kid Rock took to Twitter ahead of serving as the Grand Marshal of the All American 400 at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway on October 31.
He indicated that "Let's Go Brandon" merchandise will be available for sale at the races.
WHO IS BRANDON BROWN?
Born September 14, 1993, Brown, 28, is known as a professional American stock car racing driver.
He is currently competing full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series and drives the No. 68 Chevrolet Camaro for Brandonbilt Motorsports.
WHEN DID 'LET'S GO BRANDON' GAIN POPULARITY?
On October 2, 2021, NASCAR racer Brandon Brown captured his first Xfinity Series win at Talladega Superspeedway.
In a post-race interview, the crowd was heard chanting "f*** Joe Biden."
However, the NBC reporter conducting the interview claims the crowd is chanting "Let's go Brandon," which has since been referred to as a form of damage control.
WHY WAS BRYSON GRAY'S SONG BANNED FROM YOUTUBE?
Gray made headlines after his song was banned from YouTube over "medical misinformation."
Many believe that the song got banned for a few of his verses that talk about the Covid-19 vaccine.
WHO IS BRYSON GRAY?
Gray is known as an American Christian Conservative Artist, producer, and personality from North Carolina who typically raps about politically conservative ideology.
Throughout his career, he has released eight albums, his most recent being Letter to the Church, which dropped on September 17, 2021.
“I used to rap for the devil, now I rap for God,” Gray's YouTube bio states.
As of Monday, October 25, two different songs bearing the name "Let's Go Brandon" claimed the top spots on the US Songs iTunes chart.
The top spot was Bryson Gray's version, and the second spot was Loza Alexander's.
There are now multiple viral rap songs around the 'Let's Go Brandon' trend.
Rapper Loza Alexander posted the video to YouTube after originally going viral on TikTok.
The video has now racked up more than 3.5million views.