Sara Malinow | Contributor
Compton-born rapper YG had a lot to say during his performance at Coachella Sunday night.
YG, whose name stands for “Young Gangster,” opened his set on a positive note, dedicating his entire performance to friend and late rapper Nipsey Hussle, who was fatally shot outside his store in LA last month.
However, the rapper quickly changed his tone, bringing out one special surprise guest. (RELATED: YG Shades Tekashi 69 and President Trump at Coachella 2019)
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“If you’re booing, you’re probably illegal,” the Trump impersonator said. “We’ll be throwing you right the hell out of the country, that I can tell you.” The impersonator took no shame in throwing shade at the current president for issues at the border, along with other social issues. “I’m going to grope so many pussies tonight, it’s going to be unbelievable,” he said. “I’m going to grab them like a bowling ball, I can’t wait to do it.”
YG is known to be politically outspoken in his music. In 2016, he released his single, “Fuck Donald Trump,” which features Nipsey Hussle. In the protest song, the rappers openly bash then-Republican presidential candidate and eventual 45th U.S. president Donald Trump, repeating lyrics, “Fuck Donald Trump! Yeah, fuck Donald Trump!”
The president has yet to acknowledge his ‘appearance’ at Coachella last night, but we can’t rule out a presidential tweetstorm just yet.