A popular California rapper kicked a fan out of his concert at the Mala Luna Music Festival in San Antonio after the fan refused to say, "F*** Donald Trump."
Last Friday, a video of the incident surfaced on Twitter. In it, Compton-raised rapper YG invites an unidentified fan, who is seen wearing a blue bomber jacket, to the stage.
"I don't know if I want to shake your hand yet," he then tells the man. "Listen, I spotted you out in the crowd. You said you don't know. So, since you don't know, I need you to make up your mind tonight … Because I know your mama, your daddy, your grandmama, your grandfather is watching, I want you to state your name and go, 'F*** Donald Trump.'"
When the fan shakes his head, YG proceeds to kick him out as the crowd boos him off the stage.
"No, you won't?" the rapper asks. "Get his ass out of here. Get him off stage... He's a Donald Trump supporter, get his ass out of here."
YG then questions why any fan of his would support both him and Trump — the rapper has long been an outspoken critic of the president. In 2016, he released a track called "FDT (F*** Donald Trump)," which featured the late rapper Nipsey Hussle. That same year, the Los Angeles Times' August Brown called it the "the defining protest song of 2016."
"Don't come to a motherf***ing show with YG on the motherf***ing bill if you a Donald Trump supporter," YG reportedly said at his concert. "F*** are you doing? Don't let his ass back in the crowd. Tell him YG said so. Donald Trump's racist. 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."
When asked about the encounter, White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham sarcastically told Fox News that it was yet "another example of the tolerant left."