Independent rapper, who rails against white guilt & political correctness, hits #1 with new song “Fake Woke”

How will the corporate media & tech companies combat this?

As children we were taught how to walk and talk
But the system wants adults to sit down and shut up
Cancel culture runs the world now, the planet went crazy
Label everything we say as homophobic or racist
If you’re white then you’re privileged, guilty by association
All our childhood heroes got MeToo’d or they’re rapists

I think Black Lives Matter was the stupidest name
When the system’s screwing everyone exactly the same
I just wanna spend Thanksgiving Day with food and my family
Without being accused of celebrating native casualties

Tom MacDonald, a self-published Canadian rapper with no corporate backing, has become one of the biggest pop stars in North America by railing against Political Correctness and Cancel Culture.

MacDonald mocks the establishment, while the vast majority of American and Canadian pop stars are in lock step with the media, Hollywood, and the political and corporate elites. MacDonald rails against “microaggressions,” intersectionality, white guilt, and anti-white bigotry. He also attacks the music industry for glorifying drug addiction and violence against women.

His new song, “Fake Woke” ridicules the rest of the entertainment industry for its virtue signaling and disingenuous promotion of left-wing causes. It has received 1.5 million views in less than 48 hours and surged to the top of every list. It is currently the #1 song on Itunes. You can read the lyrics here.

Some of MacDonald’s other anti-establishment songs include Politically Incorrect, People So Stupid, The Music Industry, Everybody Hates Me, and Coronavirus.

MacDonald appears to be leading a genuine anti-establishment social disruption within American pop music. Something this country has not really seen in over two decades.

MacDonald is romantically involved with Canadian rapper Nova Rockefella. She is also an independent artist, who ranges from rap to a sort of punk rock/rap crossover.

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