California rapper YG has taken the lyrics from his now famous anti-Trump anthem, “F**k Donald Trump,” and turned it into mock campaign attack ad directed at the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
“I like white folks, but I don’t like you, all the n*ggas in the hood wanna fight you,” the rapper says from a podium, while short clips of Trump’s past speeches and interviews appear on-screen.
“I’m ’bout to turn Black Panther. Don’t let Donald Trump win, that n*gga cancer.” YG says before going on to recite a litany of issues he has with the GOP White House hopeful.
The 26-year-old Compton rapper released the death threat-laced “F**k Donald Trump” in March.
The music video shoot for the insult track was shut down by LAPD officers in April, only for the video to be released days later.
In April, YG led a crowd of 20,000 of his fans in a collective recitation of the song at the Coachella Music Festival in Indio.
The rapper posted a video of the profanity-filled performance to his Facebook page:
Since its release, “F**k Donald Trump” has become one of the most popular songs to target the real estate mogul. In it, YG, with the assistance of fellow California rapper Nipsy Hussle, warns Trump to stay out of Los Angeles unless he wants his “sh*t” to get “crashed.”
“Now that the 2016 U.S. presidential race is in full swing, we asked YG to flip ‘FDT’ into his own anti-Trump campaign video,” the rap lyrics website Genius said in a statement accompanying the video. “Before you hit the ballots, listen up to some wise words from Bompton’s finest.”
After the initial video for “F**k Donald Trump” was released, YG complained that he and his record label were being investigated by the Secret Service.
“Secret Service hollering at the label,” the rapper told TMZ. “They asked to see the lyrics on my album to see if I’m talking about Trump on my album, because if I’m talking about him on my album they’re going to try and take it off the shelves.”
“We’re trying to touch the people,” the rapper said. “We’re trying to motivate the young people to vote.”