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New trend has people singing rap songs on top of strangers' graves
Garion Frankel, The Western Journal
TikTok users are a menace to society. I refuse to download the app.
The presence of the Chinese Communist Party and Latin American drug cartels are bad enough, but the popular social media platform also features a cavalcade of inane, so-called "influencers" who spread superficial stupidity.
Now, the dreaded plague of influencers has made its way to cemeteries throughout the country, as these influencers, for whatever reason, have decided that famous dead people need to "hear" modern rap songs.
According to Insider, a small trend apparently started with user @yungsmiley1, whose account no longer appears to exist. However, there is a Twitter post of the rapper performing "Saks! 2" in front of legendary author Mark Twain's grave.
However, 24-year-old Benjamin Raab, who goes by the name of @theboyraabit01 on TikTok, really got the trend going when he performed Soulja Boy's "Rick and Morty" in front of what he claimed to be the grave of Woodrow Wilson, the nation's 28th president.
Raab is 24; shouldn't he have a job?
While the irony of a song by Soulja Boy, an African-American man, being "performed" at the gravesite of one of the most racist presidents in American history would be palpable, there's no point in doing any of this nonsense — and it wasn't even Woodrow Wilson's grave.
That's right. The grave was in Michigan. Wilson is entombed in the Washington National Cathedral in the nation's capital. The grave in Michigan just happened to belong to somebody else named Wilson.
While my personal preference would be to never give TikTok extra clicks, it is my duty to give readers as much information as I can, so here it is. Brace yourselves for 12 seconds of pain:
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