Stormy Daniels joins rapper YG on stage to sing 'F**k Donald Trump', claims she 'just laid there when they had sex'
The Stormy Daniels–Donald Trump scandal became one of the biggest issues to hit the White House last year.
Adult-film star Stormy Daniels trolled President Donald Trump on Sunday as she joined rapper YG on stage during his concert for his popular "F**k Donald Trump!" song. YG was reportedly performing at the Camp Gnaw Flog Carnival in Los Angeles at Dodger Stadium when he brought Daniels on stage as he performed the particular rap track.
When Daniels came on the state, the 29-year-old rapper said: "I want you to say your name and say F**k Donald Trump." The adult-film star, 40, obliged as she took the microphone from him and said: "My name is Stormy f***ing Daniels and I am the reason Donald Trump is f***ed."
The Stormy Daniels–Donald Trump scandal became one of the biggest issues to hit the White House last year after it was reported last year in January that Trump had made a hush-money payment to Daniels a month before the 2016 elections to stay quiet on their alleged sexual affair over a decade ago. Trump, however, has denied the affair. Daniels, last year, had filed a defamation lawsuit against Trump for dismissing her account. Her suit, however, was later dismissed.
The rapper, after Daniels' response, addressed her again, saying: "Wait, wait, wait you're Stormy Daniels?" To which she replied with: "I'm Stormy f****ing Daniels."
"You're the one that f****ed Donald Trump?" YG asked, leading Daniels to reply with: "I wouldn't call it f***ing... No, I just laid there." Her response resulted in raucous applause from the crowd and the duo started to dance to the "F**k Donald Trump!" song.
So. This happened tonight. https://t.co/vBa1tZ78ZH— Stormy Daniels (@StormyDaniels) November 11, 2019
Daniels took to Twitter on Monday to share a clip of the incident, writing in the caption: "So. This happened tonight."
A judge, in December 2018, had ordered the adult-film star to pay nearly $30,000 in legal fees to Trump after her defamation suit against the president was dismissed.