Former Scientologist and Los Angeles-based producer Titziano Lugli left the church in 2010 and got former Scientology exec Marty Rathbun and Australia's former head of PR for the church, Mike Rinder, to rap on the track, Gawker reports.
"Scientology's being toasted by a midget with a blowtorch/Pretender to the throne, he's just a big-ass pain in the zorch/Dave and his BFF little Tom," they rap.
"These half two men/Think they're really the bomb/But I couldn't take their sh*t no more/So I said 'F**k you' and walked out the door."
Contributing just four lines about a minute-and-a-half in Nazanin raps:
"But we all know how it is/This ain't no road to freedom/It's a blind alley, like Kirstie Alley/Travolta, and Cruise, but we ain't no fools."
Titziano told former Village Voice editor and Scientology hound Tony Ortega that he wrote more lyrics for Nazanin but she declined to sing them so he digitally raised his voice and rapped them himself.
Cruise and his camp have strongly denied allegations that auditions were held to find him a new girlfriend or that he ever dated Nazanin, calling the entire Vanity Fair article "lies."
Check out footage of the entire rap on Gawker.
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