HipHopWired Featured Video

YG claims that he was banned from selling t-shirts with his popular “F*ck Donald Trump” quote on the front at a recent tour stop in Brookyln.

YG is an opening act on the Endless Summer tour alongside Yo Gotti and headliners Logic and G-Eazy. He’s also becoming somewhat of a target thanks to his growingly popular song “F*ck Donald Trump.”

During the Brooklyn, New York stop of the tour, YG told fans at a packed-out Barclays Center that he was not allowed to sell t-shirts with the phrase at his merch table. He claims that it is because Trump owns a part of the building.

In a fan recorded video the Compton rapper can be heard saying:

“I heard he own a piece of this building and they told me I couldn’t sell my ‘F*ck Donald Trump’ shirts at the merch booth, but it’s all good though.”

YG may have just been trolling the crowd. There’s no proof that Trump owns any piece of the Barclays Center. He does however own a part of the Plainfield golf course in New Jersey where the Barclays host a tournament.

Photo: Instagram