Controversies and disputes come and go but core fans stick through thick and thin all the way out. Especially when you are a member of the Royal Family, controversies hang around your beck and call for the slightest of matters. Similar is the dynamics between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and the Windsors family. The Duke along with his Duchess launched numerous attacks on the Sovereigns through his back-to-back tell-all anti-Royal agendas.
The Royal Family undoubtedly has got its own fandom. However, the internet stays divided as Sussex fans are nowhere near a truce. In light of such chaos, two famous British Rappers entered the scene with their own set of opinions and remarks on the Sussexes and the Royals as a whole. You would be surprised to know but the duo even made a rap on spot for the Royal drama going on for ages.
British rappers slander UK tabloids sing a rap for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
A few hours ago, United Kingdom’s top-rated rappers, Millie Founds, and Shirty originally known as James Austin Johnson and Devon Walker attended the famous Saturday Night Live. The main topic of discussion among the rappers and the host, Michael Che, was breaking down the new-age Monarchy. Milly Pounds started off lambasting the British tabloids stating that “all the focus is on the Royals while it actually should be on England’s exploitative tabloid press.”
British rappers Milly Pounds and Shirty sum up their thoughts on the Royal Family pic.twitter.com/b11wYfkT9d
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That was not all. After calling the UK’s media and press, the rappers went on to sing an entire rap dedicated to all the major disputes happening in the Royal Family for the last few months. As hilarious as it was, the one line based on the Late Queen that said, “interracial marriage, Queen said, not today Satan” has cracked up the audience, live and virtual. Twitterattis have been laughing their lungs out listening to the musical comedy.
With King Charles III's coronation right around the corner, SNL thought it best to seek the expertise of real Brits. When British rappers Milly Pounds and Shirty (James Austin Johnson and Devon Walker) slide onto the Weekend Update set, they immediately refocus the conversatio… pic.twitter.com/ZuWvFzqfWZ
— Raju (@then_earn) February 5, 2023
Unlike other rappers who beatbox gun sounds, these two were actually good with their tiny knife sounds. Touching all the important updates about the UK Sovereigns, the duo composing the whole song at the SNL show was the highlight of the day.
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Have you heard it yet? What is your take on the matter? Which part of the rap song did you like the most? Let us know in the comments below.