Rapper YG had a fan booted from his show at the Mala Luna Music Festival in San Antonio Saturday when the man refused to sing along with his political anthem with the late Nipsey Hussle, titled ‘F*** Donald Trump.’
YG, whose full name is Keenon Daequan Ray Jackson, invited the fan onstage, shook his hand and referred to how when he’d previously spotted him in the crowd and asked him if he liked the president, the fan said he didn’t know.
‘I need you to make up your mind tonight; I want you to state your name – cause I know your momma, your daddy, your grandmama, your grandfather’s watching – I want you to state your name and yell F*** Donald Trump!’ the 29-year-old rap artist said.
After the man refused, the Go Loko rapper made clear the fan – or any of the president’s supporters – weren’t welcome at his show.
‘No you won’t? Get his a** out of here, get him off stage! F**k up on out of here,’ YG said, lightly pushing the man away by the shoulder.
YG continued: ‘Don’t come to a muthaf***kin’ show with YG on the muthaf***in’ bill if you a Donald Trump supporter – f*** are you doing? Don’t let his a** back in the crowd. Tell him YG said so!’
The Compton, California native released the track with the late Hussle on his 2016 album Still Brazy, which coincided with the stretch run of Trump’s campaign.
‘Donald Trump’s racist,’ YG said at his show, explaining his rationale for the ejection. ‘He don’t f*** with black people, so if you f*** with Donald Trump, you racist as f*** and I can’t f*** with you – period.’
The song was a the center of a controversy after Hussle’s March 31 killing, when Fox News personalities Laura Ingraham and Raymond Arroyo snickered their way through an segment on The Ingraham Angle in April about Hussle’s funeral, and his collaboration with YG.
Source: Daily Mail.
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