This weekend, YG headlined San Diego State University’s Greenfest where he dropped an impromptu performance of his Anti-Trump anthem “FDT (F*ck Donald Trump).” According to reports, the $60,000 contract for his performance was contingent upon leaving the track out of his setlist, meaning that the gig ended up being done for free. Unsurprisingly, the crowd was extremely down.

SDSU’s Greenfest is all about “sustainability, SDSU Pride, and diversity," and fans definitely gave props to YG for losing some bands for the sake of spreading his activist message, as you can see below.

In addition to creating the ultimate sonic middle finger to the 45th President, YG had a hugely productive 2016. Red Friday was leaked ahead of its release date back in November. and his sophomore album Still Brazy dropped last summer. We’re stoked to see what’s next for the Balifornia boy.

Until the human Cheeto “stops talking out of his neck”, revisit “FDT” below.

Need more political bangers in your life? Check out our list of Trump-slandering lyrics of the past two years.

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