Macklemore and G-Eazy Join YG For "FDT" Just In Time For RNC

  /  07.21.2016

Guess it’s safe to say that in addition to YG and Nipsey Hussle, rappers Macklemore and G-Eazy also won’t be voting for Donald Trump.

YG’s pointed political message, “FDT (F—k Donald Trump),” received an update from fellow non-Trump supporters Macklemore and G-Eazy for the official remix, which arrived online on Wednesday (July 20).

“Your politics are like a Starburst pack, why?/ Nobody f—ks with the orange one, banning all Muslims? / Alright, cool, what if we ban all the white dudes, because a couple have run up in trench coats and rifles and killed in the name of Jesus Christ at the high school,” raps Macklemore. “How about we stop selling automatic guns, you got rich because your daddy gave you automatic funds/ Add it up, you’re an automatic punk.” Sharing the Seattle rapper’s thoughts is G-Eazy, who follows up with “This man’s not peaceful, racism is evil / This man hates Muslims, that’s a billion f—king people/ If truth be told, Donald is a terrorist / Reasons why the world’s got a problem with Americans.”

To summarize, YG closes out the record by acknowledging the views of his peers, rapping “Thought I was making songs just to ride to / But come to find out your own kind don’t even like you.”

The remix to YG’s controversial song is available below.



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