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An anti-migrant electro-dance song titled Je Partira Pas (I won’t leave) has taken French social media by storm, despite efforts to ban it

The track, credited to an artist named Grazy Girl, first aired on June 21 during the Fête de la Musique (Music Day) in France

The song quickly went viral on social media platform TikTok, amassing a large following and hitting 47,000 views in three days[…]
TikTok’s bans have not deterred users from re-uploading the track manually. Consequently, it has spread to other social media platforms such as X and YouTube

The SOS Racism organisation filed a complaint against the song on June 27 for “provocation to racial hatred”

Dominique Sopo, President of SOS Racism, highlighted that the lyrics specifically targeted people of Arab or Muslim origin, exemplified by terms including “djellaba” (kaftan) and “Fatma” (an Arabic girl’s name meaning “baby’s nurse”)

The organisation urged the platforms the song appears on to delete them and called on the relevant authorities to take immediate action to have the content removed from those that did not do so and to punish the authors

Right-wing supporters in France have fuelled the song’s popularity[…]
Prominent hard-right public figures have shared the song, labelling it “the hit of the summer”

French hard-right party Reconquête President Eric Zemmour posted a video of himself dancing to the track on X[…]
The anti-migrant anthem also features lyrics such as “good riddance – and don’t come back. As you come, you will leave!”