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One of the singers behind the anti-woke song “Boycott Target” says that the songs catapulted to the top of the charts because the majority of people agree with the message.
Gospel artist Jimmy Levy teamed up with a political rapper to take on Target as the company was facing backlash for controversial LGBT merchandise that targeted young children.
“That shows that we’re the majority no matter what, the mainstream and Hollywood—and the industry wants to promote whatever agenda they want to promote and try to make us look like we’re the minority— people of God, patriots, Americans,” he said in an interview. “It’s just not the truth. And no matter what, God prevails.”
“There’s a cleanup on every aisle/Target is targetin’ your kids,” the song’s lyrics open. “This agenda’s gotta stop, they know we gonna win.”
“Target, Target, yeah they targetin’/Target, Target, yeah they target kids,” the song goes, continuing on to lyrics about the LGBT agenda going “too far.”
The video for the song appears to have been shot at a Target store, where LGBT Pride goods are on display for sale.
Levy said in the interview that he was moved to work on the song when he saw the retail giant “collaborating with Satanists to make children’s clothing.”
“It took like a couple of days for people to be able to actually search it on iTunes. The only way they were able to find it was on the charts. They were not allowing it to be searched,” Levy claimed. “And it’s like, ‘why is a song that’s speaking out against people that are basically grooming our children, getting taken down?’ It’s just very weird. Why are we protecting that? But we allow all these other horrible things online to just stay on, you know?”
He said that he received a ton of “hate, death threats and just horrible things” after he made the song and another song, “Reclaim the Rainbow.”