Rappers YG, G-Eazy and Macklemore Team Up for "Fuck Donald Trump, Part 2"

Rappers YG, G-Eazy and Macklemore Team Up for "Fuck Donald Trump, Part 2"
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Source: YouTube

As Donald Trump continues to spew controversy, racism and hate at his rallies across the United States, rapper YG continues to make clear his strong disapproval of the Republican presidential nominee. Not only has the artist announced Tuesday that he's embarking on a nationwide FDT (Fuck Donald Trump) tour beginning mid Sept. in California, he's also paired with G-Eazy and Macklemore for a new video for "FDT (Fuck Donald Trump) Part 2."

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The video follows part one of the fiery diss track aimed at the real estate tycoon, featuring Nipsey Hussle. The second brings in Macklemore and G-Eazy to come hard with the punchlines and truth bombs.

"Your politics are like a Starburst pack (why?)" Macklemore raps. "Nobody fucks with the orange one!"

"This man's not peaceful, racism's evil," G-Eazy raps. "This man hates Muslims, that's a billion fuckin' people!"

"FDT (Fuck Donald Trump) Part 2" features imagery of Muslim activists, children, blacks, immigrants and other minorities — all of whom the candidate has lambasted during his controversial speeches since announcing his run for the White House. 

Check out the video, as well as the the dates and stops for YG's Fuck Donald Trump tour, below, via Billboard.

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Sept. 18 - San Diego, California
Sept. 20 - Santa Ana, California
Sept. 21 - Flagstaff, Arizona
Sept. 24 - Tuscon, Arizona
Sept. 25 - Albuquerque, New Mexico
Sept. 27 - Dallas, Texas
Sept. 28 - Austin, Texas
Sept. 29 - San Antonio, Texas
Sept. 30 - Houston, Texas
Oct. 1 - New Orleans, Louisiana
Oct. 3 - Tampa, Florida
Oct. 4 - Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Oct. 5 - Orlando, Florida
Oct. 7 - Jacksonville, Florida
Oct. 8 - Athens, Georgia
Oct. 9 - Charlotte, North Carolina
Oct. 11 - Richmond, Virginia
Oct. 12 - Silver Spring, Maryland
Oct. 14 - Norfolk, Virginia
Oct. 15 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Oct. 17 - New York, New York
Oct. 18 - New Haven, Connetticut
Oct. 19 - Boston, Massachussetts
Oct. 21 - Toronto, Ontario
Oct. 22 - Montreal, Quebec, Canada 
Oct. 23 - Cleveland, Ohio
Oct. 25 - Detroit, Michigan
Oct. 26 - Grand Rapids, Mississipi
Oct. 27 - Columbus, Ohio
Oct. 28 - Louisville, Kentucky
Oct. 30 - Indianapolis, Indiana
Nov. 1 - Nashville, Tennessee
Nov. 2 - Oxford, Mississippi
Nov. 4 - St. Louis, Montana
Nov. 5 - Urbana, Illinois
Nov. 6 - Madison, Wisonsin
Nov. 7 - Chicago, Illinois
Nov. 9 - Minneapolis, Minnessotta
Nov. 11 - Lincoln, New England
Nov. 12 - Lawrence, Kansas
Nov. 13 - Denver, Colorado
Nov. 15 - Salt Lake City, Utah
Nov. 16 - Boise, Idaho
Nov. 17 - Yakima, Washington
Nov. 19 - Eugene, Oregon
Nov. 21 - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Nov. 22 - Bend, Oregon
Nov. 23 - Portland, Oregon
Nov. 25 - Oakland, California
Nov. 26 - Sacramento, California
Nov. 27 - Santa Cruz, California
Dec. 4 - Tempe, Arizona