Jimmy Levi and Nick Nittoli’s ‘Boycott Target’ song continues to go viral online despite stating that it has been censored online.
Here is everything you need to know.
Jimmy Levi and Nick Nittoli’s ‘Boycott Target’ song takes off on iTunes
A pro-Trump rap group including Forgiato Blow, Jimmy Levy, Nick Nittoli, and Stoney Dudebro collaborated to create a song titled ‘Boycott Target.’
Moreover, the singers state in the lyrics that Target is ‘targeting’ your kids with merchandise that is Satanic and sexualized.
A verse of the song reads, ‘There’s a cleanup on every aisle/Target is targeting your kids.’
It continues, ‘This agenda’s gotta stop, they know we’re gonna win.’
Additionally, the song goes on to say, ‘Target, Target, yeah, they’re targeting/Target, Target, yeah, they’re targeting kids.’
It continues to mention that the LGBT agenda has gone ‘too far.’
However, the song has exploded online and has earned over four million views on Twitter. Furthermore, it has also peaked at number six on the iTunes Charts.
If you didn’t know, Target is currently under fire online for releasing their pride collection to celebrate Pride Month, which takes place in June.
Who are Jimmy Levy and Nick Nittoli?
Jimmy Levy is well-known for his performances on Musical.ly and hails from Miami, Florida.
He has earned most of his fans by acting in several theater shows and galleries. However, he considers himself to be a gospel singer.
Furthermore, the 25-year-old launched his recording label, LEG, to develop in the music industry.
Nick Nittoli, on the other hand, is a musician and actor. He featured on Bravo’s American television channel’s Platinum Hit series. Subsequently, he has also played a role in the film Down the Barrel.
The New Jersey native has also composed songs for various well-known artists such as Snoop Dogg, French Montana, Sol Romero, and more.
Meanwhile, Levy took to his social media handle to say that the hit song is allegedly being censored online. He said that the track is supposedly being hidden from the iTunes store on Apple.
His tweet read, ‘This is the MOST censorship on a song that I’ve ever witnessed in my life. They are literally hiding the song from the search engine on iTunes.’
He continued, ‘Instagram also made me remove the link from my bio so that people can’t get a copy of the track. They are scared of the awakening.’