Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer Responds To 'Big Gretch' Tribute Song By GmacCash

When this is all over, she'll be at the cookout.

WWJ News
May 04, 2020 - 4:41 pm

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer got a badge of honor from Detroit rapper GmacCash Saturday.

The song "Big Gretch" dropped on YouTube and has amassed nearly 150,000 views since then. 

Gov. Whitmer has been criticized by President Trump and multiple protests have occurred at the capitol building in Lansing as well as near her home. Some are eager to see the economy open up and are upset over the stay home orders meant to slow the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus.

The song lyrics praise the Governor's actions in light of the protests:

“If you wanna leave the state you can stay gone, but right now ‘Big Gretch’ says stay home.
All that protesting was irrelevant. ‘Big Gretch’ ain’t trying to hear ya’ll or the President.
How we gonna take orders from a non-resident, talkin’ bout it’s safe but he ain’t coming with the evidence.
When it’s all over, you invited to the cookout. When it’s all over, you deserve to get took out.
And she doing it for Michigan, so when she at the stand everybody should be listening.”

Responding on Twitter, Gov. Whitmer wrote, “This is too much. Love the nickname. Love the song. See ya at the cookout, GmacCash. Until then, Big Gretch says stay home and stay safe.”

"Throw them Buffs on her face, cuz that's Big Gretch," GmacCash sheds light on a trend seen among Detroiters of superimposing fashion sunglasses known as Buffs on those with swagger, and influence.

GmacCash is the self-proclaimed King of Parody Rap. Check out some of his past hits including Stimulus Check and Coronavirus.