The controversial song has been a favorite for those who oppose the President.
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According to Billboard, FDT “leapt from 240,000 to 1,050,000 in on-demand streams over the same period, a 338% rise, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.” With news that Pennsylvania and Georgia have swung their way from red to blue, giving former Vice President Joe Biden a small lead over Trump, it’s expected that streams for “FDT” will continue to climb.
Back in September, YG spoke about creating the controversial song with his late friend. “I asked Nip, ‘You sure you want to put this out?’” YG told the Los Angeles Times. “He was like, ‘We already get backlash. We already can’t do this and this and this. So f— it, let’s make it worth something.”