It happened when the California rapper was about to perform his 2016 Trump diss song “FDT” at the Mala Luna Music Festival in San Antonio, Texas. At one point, he spotted a man in the crowd and invited him on stage.
“I don’t know if I want to shake your hand yet,” YG told the guy. “Listen, I spotted you out in the crowd. I asked you if you f–k with Donald Trump. You said you don’t know. So since you don’t know, I need you to make up your mind tonight.”
“Because I know your mama, your daddy, your grandmama, your grandfather is watching,” he added. “I want you to state your name and go ‘F–k Donald Trump.’”
But the man said he wouldn’t do it, which bothered YG.
“Get his ass out of here,” he told the concertgoer. “Get him off the stage. He a Donald Trump supporter. Get his ass out of here. Don’t come to a motherf–king show with YG on the motherf–king bill if you a Donald Trump supporter.”
“Don’t let his ass back in the crowd,” he added. “Tell him YG said so … Donald Trump is racist. He don’t f–k with black people. So if you f–k with Donald Trump you racist as f–k, and I can’t f–k with you.”
White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham responded to the incident on Monday while talking to Fox News and said, “Another example of the tolerant left.”
The San Antonio concert wasn’t the first time that YG has criticized Trump onstage.
In September, on Future and Meek Mill‘s “Legendary Nights” tour in Houston, he said that anyone who voted for Trump had to “get the f–k out of here.” And after one audience member said he didn’t vote for the president, YG called him to the stage.
“If you really didn’t vote for him you know what you need to say,” the rapper told him.
And in 2016 during a tour stop in San Diego, California, YG called fans to the stage to beat a piñata of Trump before he performed “FDT.”