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Man interrupts Donald Trump's speech with song that says 'f**k Donald Trump'

Charisa Bossinakis

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Man interrupts Donald Trump's speech with song that says 'f**k Donald Trump'

Featured Image Credit: Subway DJ/Instagram. Julia Nikhinson/CNP/dpa/Alamy Live News

A man has interrupted Donald Trump’s speech at the 2023 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) played one hell of an anthem.

An Instagram user under the name ‘subway dj’, shared the clip gatecrashing this year's CPAC in the middle of the former President's talk with his loyal followers.

But, instead of yelling out something obscene, he let YG and the late Nipsey Hussle do it for him.

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Subway DJ played the duo's ‘F**k Donald Trump’ song, much to the dismay of conference attendees.

The video shows that shortly after the man cued the song, he was ushered by authorities to exit the premises.

As the song’s chorus belts, ‘F**k Donald Trump’ the crowd begins to boo as the man is kicked out of the venue.

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However, many online were quick to applaud the gatecrasher for his bold move.

One person wrote: “OMFG LEGENDARY!!!!!! Doing the Lords work.”

Another said: “God bless you, you angel of righteous chaos.”

A third commented: “Well that's one way to get on a secret service watch list.”

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While another shared: “Not all heroes wear capes!”

YG and Nipsey Hussle’s ‘F**k Donald Trump’ (FDT) reached No. 1 on the iTunes charts mere hours after Joe Biden was announced as the winner of the US Presidential election in November 2020.

However, the song, which includes lyrics such as ‘Reagan sold coke, Obama sold hope, Donald Trump spent his trust fund money on the vote’, was released before the shocking results of the 2016 election.

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And while the former reality TV star went on to win the election, 'FDT' sales skyrocketed again during the 2020 presidential election, according to Complex.

The outlet reported that the song had a 221 per cent jump in sales on November 2, right up until election day on November 3.

On the day the polling stations closed, 'FDT' was streamed more than one million times, foreshadowing the change in leadership the country was about to see.

When speaking to GQ about the song, YG said of its resurgence: “It was kind of crazy because, you know, the record came out in 2016. So the whole time this shit was going on with the election, I wasn’t even thinking about the song being a part of the situation.

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"So when I started seeing everything and people were calling me, I was like, ‘Man, that’s crazy’.”

He added: “I was thinking about everything we went through doing that record. And to see that song come back four years later—that’s what’s up.”

Topics: Politics, News, Music, Donald Trump

Charisa Bossinakis
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