As mainstream media and Democrat politicians try and push a fake outrage over country singer Jason Aldean’s song “Try That In A Small Town” by claiming it’s “racist” and promotes violence, many black Americans appear unfazed by the song’s lyrics and likely even agree with the message.
When searching YouTube, some of the top results are reaction videos raking in millions of views.
The top reactions to the music video are predominantly young black men who are more offended by the cancel culture mob coming for Aldean than by the song itself.
With almost a quarter-million views in ten hours, a reaction by the CartierFamily YouTube account features four guys jamming out to the song and getting pissed the establishment is trying to cancel the singer.
Actor Tyrone Magnus, a YouTuber with over 2 million subscribers, went through the song’s lyrics line by line and said he doesn’t see what all the hoopla is about and declared, “I’m not offended.”
Another black YouTuber with a channel called, “Talkin’ With Power Podcast,” said he didn’t find anything racist about the music video or song.
“What was racist about that?” he asked. “I completely got the message. He clearly comes from a close-knit community, which we should all be close-knit in our community… so, we’re really just hearing a perspective of somebody who is close to the people in his community.”
The “Modern Renaissance Man” YouTube channel released a reaction, telling viewers, “Ok? Big deal. What are y’all talking about? You’re going to take something like this and turn it into a racial thing?”
He noted people claiming the song is racist might be the real racists as they immediately associate topics in the lyrics such as robbing and sucker-punching are actions typically done by black people.
With nearly 2.5 million subscribers, “The Officer Tatum” YouTube channel reacted to the music video and claimed the leftist outrage mob is attacking the song because they “hate America” and anything to do with freedom.
“Jamel_AKA_Jamal,” another YouTuber boasting just under one million subscribers, wouldn’t even play the music video during his reaction because he assumed the cancel culture mob would try to get his video taken off YouTube.
Jamal pointed out many rap songs promote extreme violence and are repeatedly played on radio and television while “Try That In A Small Town” has been pulled by Country Music Television for being “too controversial.”
See more black Americans respond to the “controversial” music video below:
“Sounds like a message we need right now,” said one man.
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