Rapper YG throws Trump supporter out of San Antonio concert after he refuses to sing along to 'F**k Trump' song

The 29-year-old musician had co-composed the political anthem titled 'F*** Donald Trump' with the late Nipsey Hussle


                            Rapper YG throws Trump supporter out of San Antonio concert after he refuses to sing along to 'F**k Trump' song
Rapper YG (Getty Images)

Rapper YG removed a fan from his concert at the Mala Luna Music Festival in San Antonio on Saturday, October 26, after the person refused to sing along to his political anthem titled "F*** Donald Trump," which the musician had co-composed with the late Nipsey Hussle. 

Before booting him from his show, the rapper invited the fan onstage, shook his hand and told the crowd that when he had previously spotted him and asked him if he liked the current president, he had given a noncommittal reply.

"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 artist said.

When the fan refused to repeat what rapper YG was asking him to, the 'Go Loko' singer made it clear that the man was not welcome in his show. 

Rapper YG attends GQ and LeBron James Celebrate All-Star Style on February 14, 2015 in New York City. (Getty Images)

"No you won't? Get his a** out of here, get him off stage! F**k up on out of here," YG said, pushing the man away. "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 rapper added.

YG later went onto explain his rationale behind kicking the man out of his concert. "Donald Trump's racist," he said. "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 entire exchange was recorded by a concertgoer and uploaded on social media. You can watch the video here

After Nipsey's March 31 killing, the song with YG, which formed one of the tracks on his 2016 album 'Still Brazy,' became a topic of discussion and was frequently brought up by right-wing media outlets while covering his funeral.

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