New Rap Song Takes the Internet By Storm


Online commentator and conservative pundit Ben Shapiro of The Daily Wire has teamed up with Canadian rapper Tom MacDonald to release a new hit single titled “Facts.” This unexpected pairing comes as a shock to many, particularly considering Shapiro’s recent comments on rap music, citing that it “wasn’t really music.”

However, it seems that Shapiro may have had a change of heart as the unlikely duo’s song skyrocketed to the number one spot on iTunes in mere hours, beating out industry heavy hitters such as Justin Timberlake, Nicki Minaj, and Taylor Swift.

The song, which has been described as “quotable verbal crossfire,” has taken the internet by storm, with fans and critics alike praising the catchy rap verses and hard-hitting lyrics. In the chorus, MacDonald boldly declares “I ask myself what would Ben do?” as Shapiro jumps in with his own biting rap skills, reminding listeners that “Facts don’t care about your feelings.” The music video, which features both men confidently and coolly delivering their lines, has already surpassed seven and a half million views on YouTube.’

Not one to miss out on a good opportunity to take a jab at their rivals, Shapiro took to Twitter to boast about their stunning success, declaring, “We’re now #1 overall on iTunes, too. On the way, we knocked off, among others, Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears, Megan Thee Stallion, Nicki Minaj, Eminem, and Taylor Swift.” The tweet, which quickly gained traction and was retweeted by devoted fans, left many wondering what other surprise collaborations could be in store for the future.

While we may never see Shapiro embark on a full-blown rap career, it’s clear that he has certainly found a match in MacDonald’s style, as is evident by the pair’s magnetic and infectious chemistry on screen. With hits like Snowflakes, The System, and Fake Woke already under his belt, MacDonald has shown no hesitation when it comes to taking on hot-button issues and controversial topics, a trait that Shapiro seems to not only admire but embrace.

So what’s next for this unexpected duo? Will they embark on a nationwide tour? Will we see a music video cameo from Shapiro’s fellow Daily Wire commentator and comedian Michael Knowles? Only time will tell.

In the meantime, liberals everywhere are no doubt feeling increasingly “unsafe” as the duo continues to gain momentum and shake things up in the music industry. One thing is for sure, with Shapiro and MacDonald at the helm, things are bound to stay interesting and keep the “facts” coming.

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