Detroit rapper drops track about the GM strike

click to enlarge Detroit rapper drops track about the GM strike
Screengrab via G'Mac Cash YouTube

Shit, that was fast.

G'Mac Cash, Detroit's self-proclaimed "King of Parody Rap," is back with a new timely track, this time weighing in on the United Auto Workers' strike of General Motors. The strike started late Sunday night.

In the video, Cash grabs a picket sign and joins strikers, declaring, "We goin' on strike/ til they get this shit right."

He then sums up the entire problem pretty succinctly:

We going on strike so you better listen/ We ain't 'bout to keep workin' under these conditions/ Workin' in the hot plant with no air conditionin'/ And they got the nerve to tell us that this fair conditions

If they don't work they ass off they gone get fired/ Temps workin' like slaves, they don't get hired/ Supervisor don't care if they get tired/ They just tryin' to make sure them sales get higher

The union gotta stick together, do this for each other/ Do this work for all my sisters, do this for my brothers/ 'Cause they tryin' to treat us wrong, but they say they love us/ We need a change right now, we ain't goin' further 

The rapper previously went viral in February with "Tired of Snow," a comedic rap about Michigan's brutal winters.

You can watch the video below.

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