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Florida Rapper's New Music Video Praising 'Chosen One' Matt Gaetz Gets Annihilated On Twitter

Florida Rapper's New Music Video Praising 'Chosen One' Matt Gaetz Gets Annihilated On Twitter
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Florida rapper Kurt Jantz—stage name Forgiato Blow—went viral after sharing his new music video praising "chosen one" troubled Florida Republican Representative Matt Gaetz who is currently the subject of a federal child sex trafficking investigation.

MAGA minion Jantz—who hails from St. Petersburg, Florida and is known for his open support for former President Donald Trump as well as his penchant for "Make America Great Again" memorabilia—partially recorded the video during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in February.

The video glorifies Gaetz, urging his supporters to "Show him love" as B-roll footage of Gaetz shows him meeting with smiling fans with whom he poses for pictures.

You can watch the music video below.

Gaetz was such a fan of the video he even posted it to Twitter, announcing Jantz would get "to the top of the charts" with the song.

Others were not so kind however, and both Gaetz and Jantz were openly mocked online.

Federal authorities are investigating Gaetz on child sex trafficking charges after it emerged the Department of Justice (DOJ) launched a probe into whether he paid a 17-year-old girl and took her across state lines for sexual purposes.

Gaetz denied allegations he violated sex trafficking laws and engaged in other sexual misconduct while in office by citing the age of consent. His supporters in Congress, particularly Georgia Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, have pushed back against the investigation even while they brand other Republican politicians as "pro-pedophile."

In May 2021, Gaetz's associate Joel Greenberg, a former tax collector in Seminole County, Florida, formally pleaded guilty to six federal charges, including sex trafficking of a minor.

He also pleaded guilty to producing a false identification document, identity theft, wire fraud, stalking and conspiracy.

The video, which has garnered nearly 87,000 views as of this writing, even includes a cameo from Greenberg's wife, Abby Greenberg, who looks into the camera, smiles, and can later be seen spending time with other CPAC attendees.