Following the release of YG and Nipsey Hussle's politically charged protest track "FDT" -- an acronym for "F--k Donald Trump" that rallies against the Republican presidential candidate, the Secret Service has apparently reached out to YG's Def Jam label to peruse the content of his upcoming album.
"Secret Service hollered at the label," the Compton rapper recently told TMZ while he was at Los Angeles International Airport. "They asked if they could see the lyrics on my album to see if I'm talking about it on my album. 'Cause I'm talking about it on my album, they gon' try to take it off the shelf." (This calls to mind another L.A. based talent, N.W.A who received a letter from the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1989 following the release of their controversial track "F--k Tha Police.)