Finally, someone’s come up with a way to consume Tomi Lahren‘s content without making audiences slip into a blind rage.
Content machine Super Deluxe has given Lahren the Cyndi Lauper treatment, turning her rants on Muslims “breaking our bones,” Beyoncé’s “Black Panther” Super Bowl performance, and football players kneeling during the national anthem into a bumping ’80s jam.
The new song takes a dig at Lahren’s firing from The Blaze earlier this year after she publicly announced she was pro-choice: “When your outlet is taken away from you, it hurts. Something has been stripped from me and that’s my ability to work. I don’t a dressing room, I don’t have my chair, and it’s not fair.”
Super Deluxe also hypothesized what might be Lahren’s greatest scam yet—while she has a massive, pro-Trump audience, maybe she’s just MAGA-ing all the way to the bank: “Yeah, I have millions of views, thousands of followers, but guess what? I’m not a Trump supporter. And I don’t support any of my fans. Anything for a buck, right, ladies?”
At least we know Lahren has a future in the recording industry. Listen to the entire song below: