Macklemore Joins In on ‘F*ck Donald Trump’ Remix

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Three months after releasing his death threat-laced protest song “F*ck Donald Trump,” California rapper YG enlisted fellow rappers Macklemore and G-Eazy for the song’s official remix.

“A Trump rally sounds like Hitler in Berlin. Or KKK sh*t, now I’m goin’ in,” G-Eazy begins, adding: “This man hates Muslims, that’s a billion f*ckin’ people. If truth be told, Donald is a terrorist.”

Macklemore repeats the Donald-Trump-hates-Muslims refrain, rhyming, “Bannin’ all Muslims? Aiight, boo this guy. What if we ban all the white dudes?”

After asking that America “stop sellin’ automatic guns,” the Seattle-based rapper jokes about moving to Canada if Trump wins in November:

Party in the streets when Hillary wins
If she don’t, my girl’s half Canadian
Actually nah, I’m not gonna stay with them
I got an eagle on my arm, I’m a patriot
I’ma stay right here, I ain’t livin’ in fear
With my people who are Muslims, Mexican and queer

Meanwhile, YG, closes out the song by rapping, “Obama don’t like you, Michelle don’t like you.”

“Donald Trump, call him out, KKK supporter His favorite phrase, ‘Deport ’em,’ how the f*ck y’all endorse him?” YG asks before suggesting that we give Obama “a third term.”

The release of “F*ck Donald Trump Part 2” comes just one day after the billionaire real estate magnate accepted the Republican party’s nomination for president.

While it’s unclear if YG will film a video for the latest version of his anti-Trump anthem, it’s safe to assume that we’ll see him performing it in front of large crowds.

In April, the Compton-born rapper performed “F–ck Donald Trump” to the delight of 20,000 of his fans, who sang along in unison at the Coachella Music Festival. The rapper posted a video of the expletive-laced performance to his Facebook page.

Last month, YG took the lyrics from “F*ck Donald Trump,” and turned them into a mock campaign attack ad directed at the Republican presidential nominee.


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