“So I received dangerous information I used to be advised right now that my protest just isn’t protected and that individuals may get harm or shot,” YG stated on Instagram after beforehand asserting particulars concerning an indication at Hollywood & Vine. “I’m not attempting to get none of my folks harm or shot so I’mma cancel the date. It’s f**ked up however I’m gonna come again larger and higher. I’m partnering with Black Lives Matter and we gonna do that s**t the appropriate method. For the folks, for the town, and for all of the artists that wanna come out and take part.”
Within the caption of his submit, the rapper wrote, “#F**KTHEPOLICE hyperlink in bio , they kant censor me!” emphasizing the truth that he’ll make certain his voice is heard a technique or one other, whether or not or not it’s at a protest or in a tune.
In the event you’ll recall, YG and Nipsey Hussle’s collaboration “FDT” (a.ok.a “F**ok Donald Trump”) turned a protest anthem for the period throughout the 2016 presidential election, and nonetheless resonates right now as we endure the fool in workplace. Hopefully, this new observe from the Bompton rapper can have the identical affect.
Take heed to “FTP (F**ok the Police)” for your self down beneath: