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Tom MacDonald (September 21, 1988) is a rapper, songwriter, and former professional wrestler best known for the song "Straight White Male".
Why He And His Songs Suck
- He's the literal definition of a try-hard like Macklemore.
- He lies a lot in his songs like in "I Hate Hip-hop" when he said he wasn't a YouTube rapper.
- He also acts very immaturely, even though he is 32.
- One example is when he's race-baiting.
- Another example is when he caused a 'beef' with CDTVProductions because he said "Ghostories" was a bad album.
- He made a response track about "If I Was Black"
- His bad remix of Eminem's "The Way I Am".
- He's a racist as shown with "Whiteboy" and "Straight White Male" and "If I Was Black".
- His chemistry with Madchild is bad (Ex. White Trash, Bad News).
- He said "we're all racist and we're sexist" in "People So Stupid" which is not true.
- He barely has a good song which shows how untalented he is.
- In "Sad Rappers" he disrespects deceased artists like Lil Peep, XXXTENTACION, and even Kurt Cobain.
- He's an egotist as he called himself the most controversial rapper alive
- He made a horrible song about Covid-19 called Coronavirus.
- His laughably bad diss tracks on Mac Lethal.
- His single and album covers are terrible.
- He would block anyone who gives him minor criticism or jokes about him on Twitter, which shows that he can't take criticism well.
- He censors his curses in his videos but doesn't do the same for the audio. What's the point?
- What's worse is that he curses A LOT.
- Like Soulja Boy, when he uses autotune, he sounds terrible.
- His music videos are just bad like Whiteboy.
- His production is mostly complete garbage.
- In Fake Woke, he dissed both Eminem and Cardi B for no reason.
- He said he has $12 Million in the diss track Mac Lethal Sucks which isn't true. He actually has $100K
- His YouTube channel sucks.
The Only Redeeming Quality
- His production is sometimes good when he doesn't waste it.
- LeeAnn's Son (2014)
- See You Tomorrow (2015)
- Dream People & the Whiskey Wars (2015)
- Deathreats (2018)
- Ghostories (2019)
- Killing the Neighbors (with Madchild) (2020)
- Gravestones (2020)
- As Far As the Stars (with Nova Rockafeller & Brandon Hart) (2021)
- Flowers for the Dead (2020)