“I would have died, I would have been like, ‘What happened to you?'” the narrator says in the song.
“And I’m still alive.” “
You see how much time we wasted?”
“And I’m still alive.”
The song is an homage to the film “The Magnificent Seven,” a 1986 film about a group of African Americans who escape from slavery in the United States to escape the horrors of segregation.
The film is also an allegory for Trump, who was elected president in November, saying at the time that “I am the son of a slave.”
Trump has denied that the song was autobiographical.
But some critics have argued that the music could be taken as a thinly veiled reference to Trump’s racist remarks, including the president’s retweeting of an anti-Semitic cartoon that depicts a black man wearing a mask.
“We are the most beautiful people in the world, the greatest in the universe, and yet you have to take it so personally,” the narrator sings.
“It’s the same old story, and it always has been.”