Detroit rapper GMac Cash praises 'Big Gretch,' disses Trump in new track

May 02, 2020, 11:56 PM by  Jack Thomas

 Update: The governor joins the fun Sunday night, tweeting: "Love the nickname. Love the song. See ya at the cookout, @GmacCash. Until then, Big Gretch says stay home and stay safe!"

Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer has reached a new cultural milestone with her very own Detroit rap anthem, titled “Big Gretch.”

Local rapper GMac Cash released the track Saturday after the city christened Whitmer with the affection new nickname. It’s the latest in his recent catalog of quarantine-related songs, including “Coronavirus,” and “Stimulus Check.”

GmacCash gives props to “Big Gretch” for her handling of the ongoing coronavirus crisis:

Big Gretch got ‘em shook now / When it’s all over you invited to the cookout

He also references Whitmer’s beef with President Donald Trump, firing shots at both Trump and the Lansing “Stay Home, Stay Safe” protesters.

All that protesting was irrelevant/Big Gretch ain’t trying to hear y’all or the President

How we gon’ take orders from a non-resident?/Talking about “It’s safe,” but he ain’t coming with the evidence


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