“This is the song everyone is singing,” Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) said about an anti-LGBTQ+ rap song from MAGA rapper Forgiato Blow, who calls himself the “Mayor of Magaville.”
The song, “Fock Bud Light,” is about the right’s anger towards Bud Light that started last week when trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney made an Instagram video with some custom beer cans.
The video opens with Fox News host Tucker Carlson misgendering Mulvaney, Blow shouting “F**k Bud Light” over and over, and images of cases of beer on fire.
“If you’re gay, just be gay in your bedroom,” Blow raps. “If you’re trans, just be trans in your bedroom.”
Another rapper, Stoney Dudebro, performs the second verse wearing a “Blacks for Trump” t-shirt: “Fake news always spreading disease, like two queers with HIV.”
There is plenty of American flag and MAGA imagery throughout the video, as well as people pouring out cans of Bud Light, reminiscent to videos that conservatives have been posting to social media where they dump out Bud Light in protest of Mulvaney’s partnership with the brand.
“This is the result of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion,” Greene tweeted, sharing the video. “Bud Light chose a segment of the population that already has the same rights as everyone else and decided to join the movement that is grooming and sexualizing children and destroying women’s rights.”
“Bud Light should apologize and kick Dylan Mulvaney to the curb.”
Republicans have been tripping over themselves to denounce Bud Light for the partnership with Mulvaney, one of hundreds of partnerships the beer company has with social media influencers.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) said on Sean Hannity’s Fox News show this week that the U.S.’s allies will abandon the country because of the Mulvaney video. Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) posted a video to social media announcing his “boycott” of Bud Light, only to get made fun of for showing his refrigerator full of other beers sold by Bud Light’s parent company, Anheuser-Busch InBev.
Conservative musician Kid Rock shot up four cases of Bud Light with a semiautomatic weapon and posted the video to social media. Fox News pundit and failed gubernatorial candidate Caitlyn Jenner – who is transgender herself – accused Mulvaney of “trying to erase women” for a Nike partnership Mulvaney announced last week.