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Video: ‘Boycott Target’ rap song hits No. 1 on iTunes

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June 02, 2023

The rap song “Boycott Target” by rap artists Forgiato Blow and Jimmy Levi became the number one song on iTunes earlier this week after passing singles by superstar artists Morgan Wallen and Taylor Swift.

The song became a major hit on multiple platforms after its release. Its music video garnered millions of views after Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) encouraged people to check it out on Twitter.

“American Conservatives are once again showing who has the real buying power,” she tweeted. “It’s not the woke mob, they only bully and riot.”

The rap song passed Taylor Swift’s “Hits Different” and Morgan Wallen’s “Last Night,” which sat at #4 and #3, respectively, on the iTunes chart. Country star Luke Combs’ “Fast Car” took the #2 spot.

They song’s lyrics include:

I Herd The New Story Target Targeting 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 Manipulating Minds, Be Making Evil Impressions
Got No Got Little Boys Talking Now By Time 18’s Got Depression”

Target recently made headlines for pushing LGBTQ and transgender-themed clothing for children. They also made headlines for their partnership with a Uk-based Satanist designer, Abprallen, for its “Pride” line of apparel.

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Carlos Saavedra, Target’s vice president for brand marketing, previously served on the board of the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network, an organization that has advocated for the allowance of sex changes for children. 

“We’re living in a culture right now where people need to speak out,” the rap artist Forgiato Blow told Fox & Friends First. “Somebody has to stand up for the kids.”