The teenager is breaking his silence about what really happened at the 2-day Mala Luna Music Festival in San Antonio, Texas back in October.
17-year-old Austin Joyner explained in an open letter on Twitter how the rapper YG made him fear for his life by calling him out on stage.
The rapper pulled Joyner on stage when he noticed he wasn’t singing along to his Trump-hating song.
Here’s the video:
— βαυδς (@theofficialacb) October 27, 2019
After the racist rapper kicked him off stage, the young 17-year-old was escorted out of the concert by two security guards who told him he should leave because it wasn’t safe for him to stay.
The teen stated he left the concert in fear not knowing if anyone was following him home. He then decided to write an open and direct letter about what really happened that night and correct what was being reported by news outlets like TMZ.
Here’s what the teen posted to Twitter:
I was the 17 year old @YG kicked off stage for not saying “F*** Trump”
Many platforms depicted this story inaccurately
Here is the truth and I wrote a letter to YG.
Please help me get my message out! pic.twitter.com/NTFVzikzpH
— Austin Joyner (@AustinJoyner20) January 11, 2020
According to a report by Rap Up:
“YG released ‘FDT’ in 2016 prior to Trump’s election. The original song featured Nipsey Hussle, while G-Eazy and Macklemore appeared on a remix. YG claimed that the Still Brazy track prompted the Secret Service to reach out and threaten to remove his album from stores.”
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