Christian Rapper Bryson Gray’s Song ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Hits #1 on ITunes After Music Video Banned By YouTube

Christian rapper Bryson Gray’s song “Let’s Go Brandon” has hit #1 on ITunes after the music video for the song was banned by YouTube.

In a tweet, Gray shared a screenshot of his song, which uses a popular G-rated phrase to mock President Joe Biden, being in the number 1 slot under songs.

“WE DID IT. FROM BANNED ON YOUTUBE TO PASSING ADELE ON THE ITUNES CHARTS TO BECOME THE #1 SONG IN THE COUNTRY!” Gray announced.

Gray added, “Stop being afraid of censorship. Stop being afraid to be cancelled. STAND UP. Thank y’all so much! KEEP IT GOING!”

In a Thursday tweet, Gray reported, “YouTube has banned ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ song from YouTube due to ‘medical information’.”

“What medical misinformation is in the song?” Gray asked, and exclaiming, “Whoa.”

“The music video is still up for now but the lyric video was banned. Which means the music video is coming too,” Gray added in a subsequent tweet.

YouTube’s “Support and education team” responded to Gray, “Jumping in – we’re passing this along to the right team for a re-review. We’ll share updates once we hear back from them. Appreciate your patience in the meantime.”

Not long thereafter, Chandler Crump, who is featured on the song tweeted, “IT JUST HAPPENED! The final copy of the Let’s Go Brandon song previously hosted on my channel has been BANNED! I now have 2 guidelines strikes and cannot post for 2 weeks.”

This morning, the YouTube team responded to a tweet by confirming that the song was removed for “violating” their guidelines.

The music video can still be viewed, however, on Christian rapper Hyper Q’s YouTube channel, for now.