On Tuesday (Oct. 10), Eminem sent the internet into a frenzy when BET aired his anti-President Donald Trump Freestyle from the 2017 BET Hip Hop Awards. While many people were fans of the diss, YG wondered why folks were acting like there weren't other rappers who dissed Trump long before, including him.

In 2016, the California rapper teamed up with Nipsey Hussle for the song "FDT (F--- Donald Trump)," and now, YG was wondering why he didn't get the same praise. "So we don't get no credit for dissing TRUMP a year ago?" he said in a tweet that has since been deleted. "Mann, F--- TRUMP 4reals tho. F--- this internet s---. It's really f--- em."

While YG may have not received the credit he felt he deserved, "FDT" did rack up over 15 million views on YouTube and the song made it to No. 50 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

YG also had a tweet for Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, writing, "And f--- the cowboys owner 2. He's a slave master."

The rapper later blamed the tweet storm on the alcohol, tweeting, "Ok that was the drank talkin."

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