Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) embraced her MAGA queen status in a new music video for Donald Trump-loving rapper Forgiato Blow on Sunday.
She plays the role of “MAGA’s MVP” in the videowhich mixes recordings of Greene’s conspiratorial rants with conservative-centric bars of Blow, aka the mayor of Magaville, real name Kurt Jantz.
In the video, Greene begins on a golden, winged throne before perching in the back of a red convertible as Blow calls her “Southern belle, a little hood.”
“Marjorie, I really like what you do,” Blow raps. “You call the RINOs, nobody does it better than you.”
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) answers questions during a panel discussion at the Conservative Political Action Conference on February 26, 2022 in Orlando, Florida.
Blow, who also featured Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) in her music, goes on to say, “She’s fighting for our kids. She fights for our freedom. She fights for the Jan Six-ers. She fights good against evil.
Greene frequently mocks Democrats as “groomers” for the party’s support for LGBTQ and transgender youth rights. She repeatedly downplayed the violence during the January 6, 2021 riots on Capitol Hill, saying the defendants were being persecuted for their political views.
Green seemed pumped about “MTG MAGA’s MVP” on Twitter, where she reposted the video. “I never thought I would be featured in a rap video, but then again, I never thought the left would cure our children!” she tweeted.
While still considered a major figure in the MAGA world, Greene has found herself at odds with some of her fellow Republicans.
Last month, she was elected by the ultra-conservative Freedom Caucus for bumping the head of fellow member Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) as well as her support for House Speaker Kevin McCarthy. (R-Calif.) and its bipartisan debt ceiling agreement in June.
She responded to news of his ousting from the Freedom Caucus on Twitter earlier this month, telling voters, “My America First credentials, guided by my Christian faith, are forged in steel, etched in my character and will never change.”
“The GOP has less than two years to show America what a strong, unified Republican-led Congress will do when President Trump wins the White House in 2024,” she continued. “That’s my goal, nothing else.”