The Compton rapper told TMZ that his abrasive song, where he and Nipsey call out the presidential hopeful for his controversial and hateful tactics, is stirring enough trouble that its reached the ears of the U.S. Secret Service and they’ve been keeping a close eye on the content of his forthcoming album.
“They asked to see the lyrics on my album to see if I’m talking about him on my album,” the Bompton rapper revealed to TMZ. “Because I’m talking about him on my album they’re going to try to take it off the shelves,” he continued.
YG’s lyrics on the song will certainly put the Service Service on notice. The 26-year-old rapper spits, “Black students, ejected from your rally, what? / I’m ready to go right now, your racist ass did too much / I’m ’bout to turn Black Panther / Don’t let Donald Trump win, that n—- cancer.”
Throughout his campaign, Trump has been criticized for his rallies where Black protestors have been removed with excessive force. He’s also called for a wall to be built to prevent Mexicans from crossing the border and wants Muslims to be blocked from entering the country as a solution following recent attacks by terrorist group ISIS.
YG dropped “FDT” last month. The music video has more than 1 million views on YouTube and he recently he performed the song at the 2016 Coachella Music Festival.
Although the nation’s top security unit may see him as a threat, the Def Jam rapper is not letting that hold him back from getting his message across to the youth about heading to the polls in the forthcoming election.
“Go really take your time out and vote on who should be in office cause it’s important,” he added. “If not it can be all bad for us.”
Watch the full interview clip above.