Rapper Asks Fan to Yell 'F*** Donald Trump' on Stage, Kicks Him Off for Refusing: 'Get Him Outta Here'

American Rapper YG invited a fan on stage during his set at the Mala Luna Music Festival in San Antonio, Texas on Saturday night and encouraged him to yell "F*** you Donald Trump"—when the fan refused, YG kicked him off stage.

In a video of the incident that has been widely circulated on social media, the Los Angeles rapper, whose real name is Keenon Daequan Ray Jackson, can be seen asking a white male fan wearing a blue jacket to condemn Trump.

"Listen, I spotted you out in the crowd. I asked you if you f***ed with Donald Trump, you said, 'You don't know,'" the rapper said. "So, since you don't know, I need you to make up your mind tonight."

"I want you to state your name, because I know your momma, your daddy, your grandmama, your grandfather is watching. I want you to state your name and say, 'F*** Donald Trump,'" YG said.

When the fan refused, YG yelled into the microphone, "Get his ass outta here. Get him of stage. F*** off outta here," as the crowd loudly booed. "He a Donald Trump supporter," YG added. The fan immediately left the stage.

YG invites fan on stage to yell out "F**k Donald Trump," kicks him off after he refuses pic.twitter.com/7z9r9gVXav

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In 2016, YG released a protest song featuring fellow rapper Nipsey Hussle called "FDT (F*** Donald Trump)." His intentions were to rebuke the then-Republican presidential candidate's conservative policies and immigration rhetoric. The song opens with sounds of Black demonstrators who were told to leave a Trump rally in Georgia during his presidential campaign.

A month later, officers from the Los Angeles Police Department shut down a video shoot for the song over a tip off about large quantities of vehicles roaming the streets. A spokesperson for the LAPD later told Billboard that no arrests were made and no violence had occurred during the incident. However, authorities confirmed they handed out citations to some of the "hundreds" of people gathered for the event for infractions, including speeding and loitering for the purpose of speed racing. YG incorporated footage from the day into the final video.

After the song's release, YG named his tour to promote his new album Still Brazy the "F*** Donald Trump tour." The Los Angeles Times praised the song and called it "the most prophetic, wrathful and unifying protest song of 2016." After Trump won the 2016 presidential election, YG closed his set at the 2016 Camp Flog Gnaw with the song, which was reportedly inspired by Hussle's previous work with Mexican immigrants.

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Rapper YG performs live onstage during The Legendary Nights Tour at Jiffy Lube Live on September 17, 2019 in Bristow, Virginia. Brian Stukes/Getty