‘The demand for racism outstrips the supply’: Rapper & fitness coach Zuby to RT on rugby song ‘racism’ & cancel culture in sport — RT Sport News [Video]

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UK rapper and fitness guru Zuby claims society's "demand for racism outstrips the supply” in an interview with RT Sport after England rugby announced it will review the use of 'Swing Low, Sweet Chariot' as its unofficial anthem.

The Rugby Football Union (RFU) announced it would review the singing of ‘Swing Low, Sweet Chariot’, which has been adopted by fans at Twickenham, the home of England rugby, as an unofficial hymn that can be heard being bellowed out before and during games.

However, the RFU took issue with it being sung by those “who have no awareness of its origins or sensitivities” and are seeking to educate those who choose to air its lyrics at games.

The song dates back to 19th century USA and was written by enslaved man William Wallis and his wife Minerva, and its composition is said to reflect life in the slavery and oppression of that era.

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