Another unlikely conservative ally has arisen from Hollywood: megastar rapper Pitbull, also known as “Mr. Worldwide.”

In an interview on Revolt TV, a hip-hop music cable network founded by fellow rapper P. Diddy, Pitbull took the opportunity to share his thoughts on the correlation between the coronavirus pandemic, communism, and Big Tech censorship.

First describing his Cuban heritage, the entertainer said, “My family comes from communism, they fled communism, they had everything taken away from them, everybody got murdered, everybody got killed,” Pitbull graphically described.

“That’s the reason me, being a first-generation Cuban-American…I look at freedom and I appreciate that s***. I appreciate opportunity. I appreciate everything you give me…And that comes from the fact that Castro took over everything,” he explained.

Using his heritage as a pretext, Pitbull explained that previous communist dictators, like Fidel Castro, probably would be jealous if they knew governments “took over the world with a virus” of all ways to assume power.

“There was a rehearsal that went on before this [the pandemic]…it’s called Event 201, October 18, 2019, this S*** came out. It was ran by the John Hopkins university which is in cahoots with the Bill Gates, Melinda Gates Foundation,” the musician said, echoing similar claims many coronavirus skeptics have brought attention to.

After slamming the coronavirus narrative perpetuated by the mainstream media and powerful government officials, Pitbull went on to criticize Big Tech censorship.

“It’s sad, if anybody is not a part of the narrative we gonna take it off, off online which to me smells like communism,” he said.

In a cultural critique, the entertainer condemned people today being overly consumed with social media, which he likens to a drug.

People need to stop being so “worried about followers and likes, and who’s on TikTok and Instagram” which keeps them on the platforms that oppose freedom of speech.

Pitbull is absolutely correct in his criticism of Americans today. We must start learning to be uncomfortable if it means we maintain freedom in this country. If, for example, we have to give up TikTok so we can speak freely, we have to start being willing to make that sacrifice.

Americans must start recognizing the real similarities between the government officials who abused their power under the pretext of the coronavirus pandemic, and those of communist dictators…and “Mr. Worldwide” has our thanks for pointing it out.