YouTube, Instagram Ban ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Song

YouTube and Instagram are among the Big Tech platforms that have banned “Let’s Go Brandon,” an anti-Biden song at the top of iTunes. 

Bryson Gray, a rapper turned the euphemism into a song. The song quickly went viral on TikTok, and is now Apple Music’s number one Hip Hop song. The song even surpassed Adele’s new hit, “Easy On Me.”

Based on Fox News, the lyric version of the video was originally banned, “but then the actual music video was taken down,” as well.

The reason it was banned, however, might shock you–YouTube said the video contained “medical misinformation.” A strike was issued against Gray’s account.

“YouTube has banned “Let’s Go Brandon” song from YouTube due to “medical information”. Is there any medical misinformation in this song? Whoa,” Gray tweeted

Gray wasn’t discouraged by the ban.

“WE DID IT. “WE DID IT. Gray tweeted“. “Stop being afraid of censorship. Don’t be afraid of being cancelled. Stand up. Thank y’all so much! KEEP IT GOING!”

YouTube apparently said they would “re-review” the matter, but no changes have been made yet.

“Jumping in – we’re passing this along to the right team for a re-review,” the reply said. “We’ll share updates once we hear back from them. Appreciate your patience in the meantime.”

Instagram later banned the video as well, saying it contained “harmful false information.”

“Instagram just banned the music video also. Haha cute but it’s too late,” he addedNoting that the ban will not stop the spreading of the song,

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