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Rapper's bizarre new song that slams Australians for being complacent hits number one on US charts

A bizarre new song written by an American rapper that slams Australians for being 'complacent' has skyrocketed to the top of the US charts.  

Rapper Bryson Gray's song 'Let's Go Brandon' has been banned from Instagram and YouTube for spreading 'harmful false information'. 

Alongside lyrics like 'Pandemic ain't real, they just planned it' and 'Biden said the jab stop the spread, it was lies' the musician took aim at Australia's Covid-19 restrictions.

'Look at Australia, that's what's comin' next if we don't stand up. Stop complyin' with them takin' our rights, it's time to man up,' the lyrics read. 

A bizarre new song written by American conservative rapper Bryson Gray (pictured) who slams Australia has skyrocketed to the top of the US charts

Gray - who describes himself as 'the most censored rap artist in America' - has been in the top charts since Sunday and has even overtaken Adele's single 'Easy On Me'.  

In the music video for the song, Gray appears in an 'Impeach Biden' T-shirt and a MAGA bucket hat while holding an assault rifle. 

The rapper announced his anti-Biden song had been banned on Thursday, tweeting: 'What medical misinformation is in the song? Whoa'. 

According to Gray, YouTube initially took down the lyric version of the video before the actual music video was taken down.

He compared Google-owned YouTube to a Communist dictatorship and said that the ban only made the song more popular.

'I want to thank YouTube for banning my “Let’s Go Brandon” song. All y’all did was p*** a bunch of people off and made more people go listen to it. Let’s Go YouTube. Commies,' he tweeted on Saturday. 

Gray wrote the song in response to NBC’s coverage of a NASCAR race in Alabama on October 2, where fans were heard chanting 'F*** Joe Biden'.  

The song features lyrics like 'Pandemic ain't real, they just planned it' and 'Biden said the jab stop the spread, it was lies' (pictured, rapper Bryson Gray)

NBC reporter Kelli Stavast was interviewing racer Brandon Brown when she allegedly misheard the crowd and told the broadcast they were yelling 'Let's Go Brandon!'

Biden critics believed the reporter purposely tried to censor the crowd.

'Let's Go Brandon!' has become shorthand for 'F**k Joe Biden' on social media, with many using the hashtag #LetsGoBrandon to criticise the President. 

The song follows a suite of conservative politicians who have taken aim at Australia's Covid-19 restrictions, circuit-breaker lockdowns and vaccine mandates. 

Earlier in October, Texas senator Ted Cruz attacked the nation for its 'disgraceful and sad Covid tyranny'. 

The conservative American senator slammed the Northern Territory's Chief Minister for introducing a controversial vaccine policy for thousands of workers.

NT leader Michael Gunner announced employees who come into contact with the public - including bar staff and supermarket workers - would be fined $5,000 if they turn up to work unvaccinated from November 12.

It comes just weeks after Texas senator Ted Cruz attacked the nation for its 'disgraceful and sad Covid tyranny' 

The vaccine policy sparked a social media frenzy across Australia and the world, with Mr Cruz taking to social media to blast the decision.

'I love the Aussies. Their history of rugged independence is legendary; I've always said Australia is the Texas of the Pacific,' he tweeted. 

'The Covid tyranny of their current government is disgraceful & sad. Individual liberty matters. I stand with the people of #Australia.'

However, it wasn't long before Mr Gunner caught wind of the public diss and decided to hit back at Mr Cruz with his own tough response.

'G'day from Down Under @TedCruz. Thanks for your interest in the Territory. I'm the Chief Minister. Below are a few facts about COVID down here,' he wrote.

Mr Gunner attached a fact sheet to his tweet and began by citing the 70,000 Covid-related deaths reported in Texas throughout the pandemic.

'There have been zero deaths in the Territory. Did you know that?' he questioned.

'We don't need your lectures, thanks mate. You know nothing about us. And if you stand against a life-saving vaccine, then you definitely don't stand with Australia.'

While some Twitter users cheered the chief minister on for the 'burn', others agreed with the American senator's critique of Australia's 'Covid tyranny'.

'Alas, they're becoming the North Korea of the Pacific,' one user agreed.

'It's enough to make me get on a plane and fly to a resort in Mexico with my family to escape. #AustraliaHasFallen,' another tweeted.

Fox News host Tucker Carlson described Australia's lockdowns as 'lunacy' while journalist Candace Owens compared the stay-at-home orders to a 'totalitarian regime' and suggested the U.S. should 'invade' to liberate Australian citizens. 

In a recent episode of her Daily Wire broadcast, Candace described Australian restrictions as 'federal overreach, tyranny, totalitarianism. The kind that gives birth to dictatorships.'

Mr Cruz took a shot at the Northern Territory's chief minister Michael Gunner for introducing a controversial vaccine policy for thousands of workers

Mr Gunner fired back and said 'we don't need your lectures, thanks mate'

She then wondered whether America should 'invade Australia' to liberate its citizens, before clarifying: 'Of course, I ask that in jest.'

The particular restrictions that sparked concern for Candace included QR code check-ins and rules against dancing at nightclubs or functions.

Her statements about Australia's 'invasion' came after NSW's lockdown was lifted on October 11 due to the vaccination rate reaching 70 per cent.

Melbourne's lockdown was lifted on October 21, after the state of Victoria reached the same double-jab milestone.

America has had over 733,000 Covid deaths and more than 45 million cases.