Sep 5, 2023
Trump's Wild Ride: AI-Generated Rap Hits No. 2 on iTunes Amidst Legal Frenzy
Well, folks, gather 'round for a wild tale that's got the charts buzzin' faster than a caffeinated bee at a disco! You won't believe it, but a parody rap song featuring an AI-generated Donald Trump has soared to the No. 2 spot on the iTunes chart. Yes, you heard that right, "Trump the Don" is back, and this time he's droppin' bars that'll make your toupee spin!
Our protagonist in this lyrical escapade is artist Hi-Rez, who's taken on the guise of the former Commander-in-Chief himself. Picture it: Trump, fresh out of a Georgia jail, where he was flashing his famous pout for the mugshot cameras. Hi-Rez, with a voice eerily similar to the real deal, imagines what was going through Trump's mind during this time of legal turmoil.
"Out on bail, out on bail. I won't see inside a cell," our faux Trump croons, expressing his optimism about avoiding the slammer. He even drops lines about those pesky RICO charges, boldly proclaiming, "And if I go to prison, you can't do me like the Clintons. I'll be laid up, eating steak with Secret Service chillin'." Steak in prison? Now that's a presidential perk!
But it doesn't stop there, folks. Hi-Rez takes us on a lyrical rollercoaster through the media frenzy surrounding Trump's mugshot, turning it into a symbol of rebellion against the Democrats. "These DA's acting silly. My mugshot is worth a billi. Sold some merch and made a milli." Yep, you read that right, he's cashing in on his legal woes with some snazzy merchandise.
And the best part? This parody has taken the internet by storm. Even Donald Trump Jr. couldn't resist cracking a smile and calling it "hilarious." It seems like the apple doesn't fall far from the tree when it comes to appreciating a good musical jest.
Now, if you're wondering why Trump was striking a pose for the camera, it's all part of the legal tango. He's facing some hefty charges related to trying to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia, and he's not alone in this dance. His former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani are in the same boat.
Trump's got a date with destiny scheduled in September when he'll make his first courtroom appearance for this case. And guess what? It'll be aired live for the world to see. Unlike his previous legal shindigs, this one's gonna be a blockbuster!
But wait, there's more! Trump's got not one, not two, but three legal sagas to contend with. There's that New York case where he's accused of playing fast and loose with business records in relation to hush money for an adult film star. Then there are the federal cases in Florida and Washington D.C., one involving confidential papers and the other tied to that infamous January 6th incident.
So there you have it, folks. Trump's legal battles are like a never-ending reality show, and Hi-Rez has provided the soundtrack. Who knew the world of politics and hip-hop could collide in such a spectacularly absurd fashion? It's a brave new world out there, and we're just here to enjoy the show!