West coast rappers, YG and Nipsey Hussel, released a song called, “F**k Donald Trump” or “FDT”, a few weeks ago. The song drew a lot of controversy because of it’s obvious negative lyrics toward Republican candidate for president, Donald Trump. But now government officials are paying attention to the song, and the Secret Service has even contacted YG’s label, Def Jam, about the song.
A song that repeats the words, “F**k Donald Trump,” is destined to garner some attention. The video shoot for the song got shutdown by LAPD, and now allegedly, the Secret Service, is trying to pull YG’s album off the shelves if he’s talking about Donald Trump in the lyrics. “Secret Service hollering at the label,” YG told TMZ via Complex. “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.” But YG says the song was made to inspire young people to go out and vote.
“FDT” is supposed to be on YG’s upcoming album, Still Crazy, which does not have a firm release date. Hopefully fans of YG can get the album soon and it won’t be censored by the powers that be.
Watch YG talk about the Secret Service to TMZ below.