Compton native YG was one of the first rappers to express his disdain for Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump. His controversial video for “FDT” (F— Donald Trump) alerted FBI officials who wanted to censor his latest album, Still Brazy.
While there’s still contempt for Trump, in light of his recent “Grab Them By the P—-” scandal, YG took a moment to read some of the comments from his politicized video for the latest edition of Noisey’s “The People Vs.” series.
As you can expect, there was a mix of both Trump supporters and haters in the comment section. But like a G, the 26-year-old rhymer took it all in stride and delivered some funny responses.
One fan wrote, “I played this loud in class and I got a free lunch,” to which YG approved. “You deserve to f—ing go to college for free for the rest of the year, tell ’em YG said so, goddammit,” he said.
When another fan wrote, “Is it weird that my mom listens to this while she’s cooking?” he replied, “No. It’s real rap. Support the real, baby. S— is back. F— Trump.”
Finally, one Trump supporter wrote, “God [equals] Trump” to which YG responded, “You’re going to hell. F— Trump.”
YG is currently on his “F— Donald Trump” tour. The trek rolls into Richmond, Va., tonight (Oct. 11) and then hits Silver Spring, Md. on Wednesday (Oct. 12), Norfolk, Va. on Thursday (Oct. 14), Philadelphia on Saturday (Oct. 15) and New York on Monday (Oct. 17).
To peep YG’s full tour itinerary, click here.