'Let’s go Brandon': MAGA rapper Loza Alexander's meme-inspired TikTok song goes viral

As Biden critics adopted the 'Let’s go Brandon' chant as code for 'f*** Joe Biden,' the rapper Loza Alexander made an entire song out of it

                            'Let’s go Brandon': MAGA rapper Loza Alexander's meme-inspired TikTok song goes viral
The 'Let's go Brandon' meme has inspired a catchy single by rapper Loza Alexander, who has now gone viral on social media (YouTube/Loza Alexander)

The 'Let's go Brandon' meme has inspired a catchy single by rapper Loza Alexander, who has now gone viral on social media. The controversial meme originated on October 3 when NBC sports reporter Kelli Stavast was interviewing NASCAR driver Brandon Brown at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama after the racer scored his first career NASCAR Xfinity Series victory.

Stavast was caught on camera reporting that the crowd at the stands behind were chanting "Let's go, Brandon!" when in reality they were chanting "F**k Joe Biden." The phrase has since become an anti-establishment slogan.

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As critics of Biden adopted the pejorative chant at sporting events and on social media as a nicer way of saying “f*** Joe Biden," rapper Loza Alexander decided to make an entire theme song out of it and posted it on TikTok. The track made waves across the Internet and was even picked up by Fox News for its virality. “My #LetsGoBrandon song going viral! It just hit fox news!!!” Alexander rejoiced on Twitter.


Alexander's track has an official music video out on YouTube.


Biden critics on social media showered praise on Alexander for his latest single. "Every time you say LGB in the song, somebody in the background should say FJB," one tweeted — it is a suggestion that Alexander appears to have considered in his track.

"I saw this on youtube when you first put it out and loved it..shared it with my friends...I am so happy for ya Loza and the Loza Train!!!" another added. "Have you seen the let's go Brandon song on TikTok? Looks like someone name Loza Alexander wrote and performed it. From what I have seen on Fox, it's pretty funny," a comment read. "Damn. this joint is catchy. got my ass twitching after 15 seconds of listening," a user wrote. "I’m a country music girl, but absolutely love this song! Thank you Loza brilliant," another chimed in.






Alexander had previously been on the news in the aftermath of the January 6 Capitol Hill riots, when he was described by VICE News as a Proud Boy-affiliated rapper. He released a music video titled “F.A.F.O.” “Fuck Black Lives Matter and Antifa, I’m a proud Boy,” Alexander says in the video, wearing a MAGA hat and armed to the teeth while standing in front of a giant Proud Boy sign. “This ain’t about the clout boy—pop a commie in his house, boy," he added. “Now it’s January 6th. Now, what, b****?” he continued, pointing the gun at the camera. “Before I tell your city, what happened to acting tough, b****?”

Having said that, anti-Biden chants have become increasingly popular in sporting events across the country. Last month, during the Texas A&M Aggies game against the Kent State Golden Flashes, many in the crowd chanted "F**k Joe Biden". The same chant was repeated by a small section of the crowd at the September 2 Coastal Carolina Chanticleers game against the Citadel Bulldogs, as well as the Virginia Tech match against UNC the following evening.


The president himself was confronted by angry hecklers as he visited New York and New Jersey on September 7, when he arrived to inspect the damage caused by Hurricane Ida. Biden was greeted with boos and profane placards from a group of angry residents after he landed at John F Kennedy airport in Queens.


As his motorcade rolled through New Jersey, one red, white, and blue flag in the view was emblazoned with the words, "F**k Biden...And F**k You for voting For Him."

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