Song Called 'Prince Andrew Is A Sweaty N***e' Is Rising up British Singles Chart
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A song titled, 'Prince Andrew Is A Sweaty N***e' has been rising steadily up the charts.
There's nothing like a bit of cheerful patriotic singing just before the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. Oh wait...
Virginia Robert Giuffre may have reportedly been banned from speaking about Prince Andrew during the platty jubes celebrations but a band named, The Kunts, has seemingly gotten away with singing about her majesty's son.
Ed Sheeran has taken the number one spot, but his climb to the top with '2step (feat. Lil Baby)' has been swiftly overshadowed by Kunt and the Gang.
As of today, 1 June, 'Prince Andrew Is A Sweaty N***e' has risen to twelfth place on the UK's Official Trending Chart.
The song was released under the label Radical Rudeness.
Not only this, but it's even made the top 10 in the iTunes charts.
The song has managed to reach spot number nine, coming in after 'Hold My Hand' by Lady Gaga, featured in Top Gun: The Maverick.
Sigrid and Bring Me The Horizon's single, 'Bad Life,' from the album 'How To Let Go' follows in 10th place.
Channeling Horrible Histories vibes in a speak-singing style - but much more x-rated - Prince Andrew is a Sweaty N***e questions why the 'grand old Duke of York' paid £12 million to 'a girl he never met' [Giuffre].
The song then develops into a chorus where the singers repeatedly brand Prince Andrew as a 'sweaty n***e'.
A later verse features a reference to the Pizza Express in Woking where Andrew claimed he was at a children's birthday party with his daughter Beatrice, opposed to allegedly being at convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell's house having sex with an underage Giuffre.
Giuffre accused the royal of having sexually abused her and raped her on three separate occasions when she was only 17 years old.
The song's cover image shows a picture of a smiling and sweating Prince Andrew, alongside a banner with the British flag, one banner replaced with a slice of pizza.
Kunt and the Gang have been actively promoting the song on Twitter, urging followers to download the tune in a bid to get it pushed to spot number two on the Jubilee charts.
The song has even be remixed by one user and made into '14 versions' to help get it to second place.
'Prince Andrew Is A Sweaty N***e' is also now trending on Twitter.
And it's not the only single to be released by the group in relation to the Royal Family.
The group shared a 'new National Anthem' with followers ahead of this bank holiday weekend's upcoming celebrations.
The main message was: "F**k the Jubilee."