This Sopranos star just triggered the cancel culture mob by going legitimate

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In response to woke corporatism infecting almost everything you purchase, an alternative economy is beginning to sprout. 

And surprisingly, some prominent celebrities are behind the launch of some of the best woke-free products and services. 

And now, this Sopranos star is triggering the cancel culture mob doing what Tony couldn’t – going legit. 

“You’re only as good as your last envelope”

Drea de Matteo is an actress best known for her role as Adriana on the HBO hit show The Sopranos

Like most other actresses in Hollywood, de Matteo is a long-time Democrat voter. 

She even cast her ballot for Joe Biden in the 2020 election. 

But as she recently explained on Megyn Kelly’s podcast, the government’s overreaction and mismanagement of the COVID-19 pandemic opened her eyes – at least partially.

De Matteo was furious about the vaccine mandates and believes the Democrat Party has moved too far to the radical Left, drifting away from the principles that attracted her to the side in the first place. 

She now supports Robert F. Kennedy’s third-party bid for the White House – so she’s not totally based just yet. 

But she is putting her money where her mouth is. 

“Those who want respect, give respect”

Television’s Adriana La Cerva has launched her own street clothing brand. 

The brand is called Ultrafree, and de Matteo promises her company is anti-woke and promotes freedom. 

De Matteo – who says she has been shadow-banned on social media for her political views – recently had her brand’s mission statement outlined in a BNN Breaking report.

BNN Breaking reported: “Make freedom fashionable again and to encourage people to unite beyond political and social divides.” 

According to the Ultrafree website, the clothing will not feature any of the propaganda shoppers might find in a store like Target. 

“Ultrafree is an anti-bulls**t – underground – hands-on – family operated company focused on streetwear and artistic integrity – your voice could make the difference,” the website reads. Use it wisely.” 

Designs include things like “Defund Satanism” and “Ultra F**king free” with a gun logo. 

“A don doesn’t wear shorts”

Customers can shop for items like t-shirts, sweatshirts, sweatpants, and shorts. 

Orders can be placed on the website, and the company has just begun shipping orders this week. 

De Matteo says she’s ready for cancel culture to come after her, but she’s committed to her message of unity and freedom. 

She says the goal of her brand is to “reclaim the freedom to express oneself without fear of repercussion.”

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