Last Saturday’s Mala Luna Music Festival in San Antonio had been a wild event as the famous rapper, YG, had unceremoniously booted a fan off from the stage after the said fan refused to sing along with him during his political anthem performance with the late Nipsey Hussle, entitled 'F*** Donald Trump.'
Keenon Daequan Ray Jackson, also known as YG the rapper, had initially invited the wrapper on the stage, had shook his hand and mentioned that he had noticed the fan before. He then proceeded to ask if he liked the President, to which the fan responded that 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 shouted on-stage.
But when the Go Loko rapper saw the refusal from the fan, he made clear that anyone supporting Trump wasn’t welcome to any of his shows and performances.
YG continued to state: '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!' and with more comments such as 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 had been in the controversial limelight after Hussle's March 31 killing, where both Fox News’s Laura Ingraham and Raymond Arroyo’s segment The Ingraham Angle last April about his collab with YG and Hussles’ funeral.