“Political Correctness is Deadly”: The Zuby Interview

On The Babylon Bee Interview Show, Kyle and Ethan talk to rapper, podcast host, author, Zuby. They talk about going viral, disgusting English food, and political correctness. Zuby first gained fame for a video of him beating the women's deadlift record. Since going viral, Zuby has gained over 700,000 followers and sold 25,000 albums independently. His most recent album, Word of Zuby, just became the most funded hip-hop project on Kickstarter in the U.K. You can pre-order his album and find his book on getting swol by going to Zuby’s website. 

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Topics Discussed 

Opening rap

Kickstarter feat

Being a contrarian on Twitter

Zuby’s origin story

Zuby’s impression of the United States

Impression of California 

American food 

Reason for the British empire

Stargazy pie 

Studying at Oxford

Representing honesty

Christianity in Zuby’s music

Speaking out on gender 

Covid lockdowns 

Terms being changed

BLM tweet 

UK police 

Truth over feelings

Speaking out 

Silent majority vs a silenced majority

Checkmate move 

Objective reality 

The overblown risk 

The incentive to lie

Obesity 

“Political correctness is deadly” 

Being a contrarian to tell the truth

Subscriber Portion 

Getting swol

Zuby’s book

Guns

Beyond political solutions

Trade off between freedom and risk 

Zuby’s influences

Stupid things people have said to Zuby

10 questions 

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