Hip hop artist YG is rap’s most outspoken critic of Donald Trump, according to CNN (the most trusted name in hip hop analysis).
But YG’s lyrics are now drawing the ire of a group with a little more weight than the Republican presidential candidate: the entire nation of China.
In YG’s 2-year-old song “Meet the Flockers,” one line of lyrics has of late infuriated the Chinese people by saying it is most practical to rob Chinese neighborhoods because they don’t believe in bank accounts.
“Meet the Flockers” is a how-to for crime in the vein of “Ten Crack Commandments” and other explanatory songs about making money illegally. The “Meet the Flockers” video tutorial shows armed, masked men burgling a home.
“First, you find a house and scope it out,” the song goes. “Find a Chinese neighborhood, cause they don’t believe in bank accounts.”