Savannah Craven is a rising nineteen-year-old hip-hop artist best known for promoting politically conservative ideology in her song lyrics. She has self-written songs like “Be like Candace,” about Candace Owens, and “Black Victor,” which is about how the Black Lives Matter ( BLM ) movement is “lying to black people.”
Craven has faced harsh criticism for her outspoken conservative views and her open support for former President Trump. Critics of Craven have gone as far as calling her a “white supremacist,” even though’s she’s of mixed race.
With more than 100,000 followers on Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube combined, Craven has used her platform to promote conservative values and discuss issues plaguing the black community.
Most recently, Craven posted a controversial video on TikTok that went viral where she spoke out on the 700-pound bronze statue of George Floyd outside Newark, New Jersey’s City Hall.
In the one-minute TikTok video, Craven mentions how the statue “disgust” her. Craven further argued how a man of many criminal convictions should not be idolized and “put on a pedestal.”
The viral TikTok video exceeded over one million views and caught the attention of Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk.
Craven is also a pro-life advocate who uses her platform to speak out against abortion.
” I’m a conservative because the most innocent among us should be given a chance to live. God is the author of life. He alone has the authority to say when it can be given and when it can be taken away,” stated Craven.
” I refuse to support a party that funds one of the largest racial genocide groups around (in reference to Planned Parenthood)– and primarily targets black women,” continued Craven.
Craven has also been cast to work alongside Project Veritas founder, James Okeefe, starring in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma
production. James O’Keefe will lead the cast in the role of Curly, and Savannah Craven will play Gertie Cummings.