Ben Shapiro Tries His Hand at Music and Instantly Soars to the Top of the Charts

Ben Shapiro Tries His Hand at Music and Instantly Soars to the Top of the Charts

Conservative author, radio host and commentator Ben Shapiro shocked the world on Friday when he dropped a rap single.

Shapiro was featured in a new single from rapper Tom MacDonald called “Facts,” which is a play on Shapiro’s longtime calling-card phrase — facts don’t care about your feelings.

The three-minute single amassed more than 250,000 views on YouTube in just two hours.

But Shapiro appeared most proud of the fact that he found himself inexplicably outperforming other music artists on the Apple Music charts Friday.

In fact, the 40-year-old took to his X page and began taunting established rappers.

Shapiro called out Eminem, Nicki Minaj and Megan Thee Stallion and encouraged them to catch up to him.

Many users on the social media platform X spent a lot of the morning and afternoon eating up the single, with numerous people admitting Shapiro dropping a rap song was the last thing they expected to see.

Former collegiate swimmer and women’s sports activist Riley Gaines reacted to Shapiro’s lyrics with laughter:

Shapiro’s Daily Wire colleague Michael Knowles also posted a blind reacting video to the single — which is highly entertaining.

MacDonald responded to the immediate success of “Facts” by noting he and Shapiro were about to take the rap world by storm.

He also asked his followers to download the track to help him and Shapiro “troll” the music industry.

Shapiro posted a message about the endeavor on X.

“I just want to thank God, @IAMTOMMACDONALD, and my parents, who paid for 15 years of classical violin lessons so I could become the #1 rapper in America,” he quipped.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

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