YG and Nipsey Hu$$le made a big splash last year with their explicitly clear track "F--- Donald Trump" (also the name of YG's subsequent national tour), which has since become a rallying cry of sorts for anti-Trump hip-hop fans across the country. But according to several reports and social media posts, hackers are now taking that sentiment to airwaves across the country.
According to a Facebook post from Salem, S.C. radio station Sunny 107.9 WFBS, someone was able to take control of the station's signal Monday night (Jan. 30) and replaced its usual fare ("classic hits of the 50's, 60's, 70's and the 80's, plus the very best in Carolina Beach Music") with YG's anti-Trump track, which played on repeat for 20 minutes, according to a news segment by local television station WYFF News 4.
"They ran from about 7:25 last night until about 7:45, which I then had to turn the radio station completely off in order to be able to stop the system and stop what you were able to hear over the air," Jeff Bright, who runs WFBS out of his South Carolina home, told WYFF. "[Listeners] have been pretty positive. They understand that this was not our fault, we didn't have any control over this."