Macklemore New Song: 'Screamin' Free Palestine 'Til They're Home At Last'

May 8th, 2024 12:00 PM

It seems that celebrities will do absolutely anything to remain relevant.

In Macklemore’s latest attempt to stay at least somewhat popular, the 40-year-old rapper released a song called “Hind’s Hall,” which is all about the liberation of Palestine. 

“Block the barricade until Palestine is free,” the first verse of the song reads, as well as the line “f**k the police.”

Macklemore continues with his pro-Palestine rhetoric in verse two, calling out the elites who aren’t pro-Palestine with: “Seen the rubble, the buildings, the mothers and the children and all the men that you murdered, and then we see how you spin it.”

How they spin it? Like how Macklemore is spinning the narrative to insist that Palestine is some innocent country that played no part in the brutal terrorist attack involving kidnaping, rape and murder of innocent Israeli citizens? Sure, Macklemore.

“Screamin’ “Free Palestine” ‘til they’re home at last (Woo),” he said.

Macklemore also calls out President Joe Biden in the third verse, which begins with, “Claimin’ it’s antiSemetic to be anti-Zionist / I’ve seen Jewish brothers and sisters out there and ridin’ in," and ends with, “The blood is on your hands, Biden, we can see it all / And f**k no, I’m not votin’ for you in the fall.”

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In the last portion of the song, Macklemore insists that he’s glad he’s an independent artist, suggesting if he belonged to a label, he’d probably be dropped. 

“I’d be fine with it ‘cause the heart fed my page / I want a cease fire, f**k a response from Drake," he raps.

The music video for the song featured police officers dealing with violent pro-Palestine protestors, Palestinian flag-waving, and a video montages of  legislators - I assume ones who Macklemore thinks could do more for the Palestinian people.

HIND’S HALL. Once it’s up on streaming all proceeds to UNRWA.

— Macklemore (@macklemore) May 6, 2024

In response to Macklemore’s attempt of a roast in a song, both those in support of his message and those against it responded.

Fox News freelance opinion editor Dan Gainor condemned Macklemore, telling him, “You support gang rape and murder,” pointing out the number of innocent Israeli citizens who’ve fallen victim to Hamas attacks. 

“Just deleted every song I ever had of yours,” a different user wrote, while investigative journalist Laura Loomer called Macklemore “a straight up retard” and a “f**king moron.” 

Others disagreed, writing things like, “as a Palestinian we appreciate this” and “this has a great lyrically message.”

Ultimately, while Macklemore is entitled to his opinion, can’t he just stick to writing music about girls or something instead of virtual signaling until ends meet?! Seriously, this is not even entertaining.

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Leftists cry and scream about "freedom for Palestine," but these entitled brats have no idea the real problems facing America.

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