Rock and roll seems to be officially dead, according to a conservative podcaster, and Barack Obama is someone with a smoking gun.
âBarack Obama destroyed rock and roll,â Daily Wire backstage host Jeremy Boring told Tuesday and told four other right-wing media figures, including Ben Shapiro.
“Rock ‘n’ roll was about the anxiety of white men, the anxiety of white teenagers,” Boring, 42, said in the recording.
And Barack Obama walked in and said, ‘Young white men are not allowed to have anxiety. “”
“Barack Obama destroyed rock and roll,” Jeremy Bowling, host of The Daily Wire behind the scenes, said Tuesday.
âRock’n’roll was about white male anxiety, adolescent anxiety for white men,â said Bolling, four other panelists (left to right) Matt Walsh, Michael Knowles, Ben Shapiro, Andrew Clavin. Said to.
A bizarre statement blaming the former president for the end of the musical genre nears the end of a 92-minute podcast featuring numerous complaints from five panelists when the conversation suddenly turned to the current state of rock music. paddy field.
“I think rock and roll is a public health crisis in the United States,” jokes author and panelist Andrew Clavin, 67, after Boring said the CDC chief views it as a public health crisis in the USA. paddy field.
âYou talk about rock and roll like Barack Obama hasn’t arrived yet,â Boring replied in a straightforward demeanor.
âHonestly, Barack Obama destroyed rock and roll,â he says.
At this point, one of the other panelists, Michael Knowles, 30, strongly agrees and nods.
“There was rock and roll, then Barack Obama, but now there is no more rock and roll.”
By far the most famous of the five panelists, Shapiro pointed out that “stealing metaphors from the best black music” has helped the development of rock and roll.
âRock and roll was about the anxiety of white men, the anxiety of white teens,â Boring added to the video.
Also conservative, Shapiro immediately rang the bell, “stealing metaphors of the best black music,” mocking the host’s request.
But Boring pushed his theory forward.
And Barack Obama walked in and said, ‘Young white men don’t have the right to be anxious. They are so toxic that they are basically not allowed to express their displeasure, âhe continued.
“And really, rock and roll just stopped.”
Sure enough, social media users seemed to disagree with Broeing’s point of view on the matter.
âIn 50 years, Eminem argued with the grandchildren of these white men that Eminem didn’t invent rap and Justin Timberlake didn’t invent R&B,â one Twitter user said.
âI remember Barack Obama calling me on my cell phone in 2011 and telling me I couldn’t afford to worry anymore,â another user joked. “The worst day of my life.”
Many social media users say black musicians like Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Big Mama Thornton, and Bo Diddley are rock pioneers.
Another Twitter user claimed that young white men do not have the sacred right to feel anxiety and do not have exclusive ownership of rock music.
For many, informal âking of rock and rollâ Elvis Presley and other highly influential artists and band leaders have turned to existing material owned by black musicians. He pointed out that it is based on a lot of music.
âThanks to Obama,â one joke star tweeted.
The Daily Wire host says Barack Obama destroyed rock and roll.