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Ziggy Alberts Criticised For Seemingly Anti-Vaxx And Anti-5G Lyrics In New Song

Ziggy Alberts recently released his latest single ‘don’t get caught up’ and, after its lyrics circulated internet, he’s now being criticised for allegedly spreading an anti-vaccination message.

The issue was first pointed out by Hayden Davies at Pilerats, who noted that some of the song’s more questionable lyrics include:

“And now they sell immunity too / In pills and pearls and tax/ All our freedoms subdued / Can you believe that we are here still arguing / About the right to choose what we put in our bodies / But you see it’s so easy to do / When bill sells it like its facts /But in fact, it isn’t true”

In addition, the song also references the cost of faster connections, which could be allusion to the anti-5G conspiracy theory that’s been circulating throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

“Can you tell me / What’s the cost / For faster connection / What’s exactly the rush?”

Now, people on the internet are condemning Alberts for spreading this message.

https://twitter.com/ashleighkatexx/status/1277626302963408897?s=20

Alberts has yet to respond to the criticism, although it’s also been pointed out that he has pushed similar messages before.

Upon the song’s release, Alberts said in a press statement that the song is about bringing people together.

“I think it’s easy in these times to distance one another for having different views – when really, everyone’s trying to do the right thing,” he said.

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