French Rapper Slammed for 'F**k the Holocaust' Lyrics, Faces Probe for 'Unspeakable' Anti-Semitism | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

French Rapper Slammed for 'F**k the Holocaust' Lyrics, Faces Probe for 'Unspeakable' Anti-Semitism

French rap artist Freeze Corleone released his debut studio album LMF last week, with a music video for one of his songs posted on YouTube amassing more than a million views.

French rapper Freeze Corleone is under investigation over his allegedly anti-semitic song lyrics after several officials and organisations raised an outcry, writes Daily Mail.

The Senegal-based 28-year old artist's debut studio album “La Menace Fantome” (“The Phantom Menace”), released on 11 September, soared to number three in the country’s charts, selling more than 15,000 copies and attracting 5.2 million listeners on the Spotify digital music platform in just three days.

However, the rapper’s lyrics include the line “F**k the Shoah (Holocaust)!” along with lines such as “I arrive determined like Adolf in the 1930s,” and, “Every day I f**k Israel like I live in Gaza.”

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