“Boycott Target,” a song released by rappers Forgiato Blow and Jimmy Levy, has hit the top of the charts on iTunes, surpassing country music stars Luke Combs and Morgan Wallen, as well as superstar Taylor Swift.

The song by Christian rapper Forgiato Blow and Christian singer Jimmy Levy, “Boycott Target,” was released on Thursday and has since surpassed Taylor Swift’s “Hits Different,” Morgan Wallen’s “Last Night,” and Luke Combs’ “Fast Car.” It is currently the #1 song on iTunes.

Top charts on iTunes

On Twitter, the music video has already racked up 4.4 million views.


After releasing the song, Levy tweeted that he is being accused of being “homophobic,” which he firmly condemned as a false accusation.

Levy wrote,

“People are now claiming that I am ‘homophobic,’ which is a lie, because I have always treated everyone in my life equally. My own sister, who is not a follower of Jesus, has had both girlfriends and boyfriends and never once did I treat her different because of it. She is my best friend to this day and I was even able to show her the love of Jesus recently and the importance of repentance. My ONLY problem is with pushing sex on the children. I don’t want my kids at a strip club or at a drag show. It goes both ways. Seeing Target collaborate with a Satanist and putting “Satan” on kids clothes was the last straw for me. Satan is the problem, but I know that Jesus wins in the end!”

Target has been drawing a lot of criticism from its consumer base after releasing its Pride Month collection that promotes transgender ideology to children, including products like “tuck-friendly” women’s swimsuits that allow biological men to hide their genitals while wearing bathing suits designed for biological females.


Part of Target’s annual Pride Month collection was created by a satanic designer.

The woke company partnered with designer Abprallen UK, a designer who refers to Satan as “hope, compassion, equality, and love.”


As if Target wasn’t doing enough to push woke gender ideology on children, they also have a long-running partnership with a twisted LGBTQ group that fights to keep students’ transitions a secret from their parents.

The Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) is a national organization that encourages schools to keep “personally identifiable and medical information relating to transgender and nonbinary students confidential.”

Target has reportedly donated at least $2.1 million to the organization since they began the partnership and are continuing this partnership despite having lost about $9 billion in market value since releasing its annual Pride Month collection.

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