By Melissa Locker
November 12, 2015

Back in October 2013, an Australian man named Teg Sethi bought a Jeep Grand Cherokee. It was a fateful purchase, but one that may have led Sethi to his true calling in life—writing irate rap songs aimed at getting the attention of major corporations.

“I recorded this song and made this music clip out of frustration, as the dealer and Fiat Chrysler Australia have basically told me to bugger off,” he wrote in the description of the video he posted to YouTube. According to Sethi, ever since he bought his new Jeep for $60,000 he’s “had numerous issues” with it, resulting in it being “towed a number of times.” Now, he “no longer trust[s] it to transport [his] family safely.”

When his pleas to the dealership went unheeded he felt that he had no choice but to conscript his child and a dancing lemon and write a diss track that would make Drake proud and the car company blush.

 

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