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  /  10.04.2020

YG’s anti-Trump Still Brazy cut “FDT” (or F*** Donald Trump) has become something like an anthem for those who aren’t too pleased with President Trump and his administration.

A man playing the song outside of Buc-ee’s in Denton, Texas, which is right outside of Dallas, was met with a punch to the face from a Trump supporter this weekend for blasting the track. 

In a viral video of the incident, “FDT” can be heard playing in the background as a maskless white man gets into the victim’s face and yells at him to turn off the music. 

The man playing the song refuses so the Trump supporter reacts by throwing a punch that knocks him to the ground. 

Witnesses of the violent occurrence can be heard on the video threatening to call the cops. The Trump supporter and his friends then all took off.

The victim was able to go the hospital following the incident. He also described his injuries in a series of Instagram stories.

“Just want to let you know I am home safe, I got out the hospital a little while ago. As you can see, I got a little scar on my eye and little bruising right here,” he says pointing to a scar under his eye. “Definitely going to have a black eye, it’s already forming. It chipped my tooth and probably broke my nose but the doctor said it looked pretty straight so I should be fine as long as I don’t move it around too much.”

Denton police are investigating the assault after responding to a call around 12:40 p.m, CBS DFW reports. Authorities are seeking the public’s help to identify the suspect.

“We are aware of an assault that occurred at Buccee’s in our city this afternoon,” Denton Police Chief Frank tweeted. “A report has been taken and detectives are conducting an investigation. If you have information, please call Denton Police at (940) 349-8181. The suspect is in the brown/red hat and black t-shirt.”


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