YG Says the Secret Service Has Been Harassing His Label Over "FDT"

They apparently even threatened to take his album off the shelves.

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YG's and Nipsey Hussle's song "FDT" (or "Fuck Donald Trump") has certainly been making some waves in hip-hop, but now it looks like it's catching the eye of some government officials as well. TMZ caught up with the California rapper at the airport, where he claimed that Secret Service has been harassing his label about the song. "Secret Service hollering at the label," he said. "They asked to see the lyrics on my album to see if I'm talking about [Trump] on my album, because if I'm talking about him on my album they're going to try and take it off the shelves."

It's crazy to think that our government might be trying to censor YG's music, but then again, the police already tried to shut down the "FDT" video shoot earlier this month. YG seems to be taking it all in stride though, explaining that he made the song to encourage young people to get involved in politics. "We trying to touch the people. We're trying to motivate the young people to vote," he said.

"FDT" is set to appear on YG's upcoming album Still Krazy, which doesn't have a firm release date yet but is supposedly coming out soon. Hopefully the Feds won't get into the business of censoring his music in the meantime. You can check out everything he has to say about it in the video above.

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