The tolerant left is at it again.
A California rapper named Daz Dillinger, a cousin of rapper Snoop Dogg, on Sunday, ordered local gang members to attack Kanye West for supporting President Trump.
Daz Dillinger issued the “Crip alert” for gang members in an Instagram video.
“We are in one boat and they’re killing all of us. He jumps over there and says ‘Master, I’m [on] your side,’” he said about West in the now-deleted clip, TMZ reported. “I’m with you master Trump. Burn all these n——.”
“Yo national alert, all the Crips out there, y’all f— Kanye up,” Dillinger continued, referring to the infamous Crips gang in California. “Better not ever see you in concert; better not ever see you around the LBC; better not ever see you around California.”
The unhinged rapper went on to mention the city where Kanye West lives, saying:
“Stay in Calabasas, ya hear me? ‘Cuz we got a Crip alert for Kanye … All the Crips out there — you see him, bang on his ass, f— his a– up. ”
The backlash shortly followed with numerous people expressing concern about the rapper ordering violent gang members to attack West. Dillinger reportedly wrote other messages directed at West over Sunday and Monday.
Other ‘rappers’ also weighed in on the topic, according to Page Six.
“What the f— is going on,” 50 Cent wrote on Instagram. “Daz Told the crips to f— Kanye up…Crips Vs Kardashian’s…get the strap.”
Snoop Dogg’s cousin Dillinger responded to the wide backlash on Monday, replying to it on Instagram:
“FREEDOM OF SPEECH FUC KANYE THIS CRIPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP THE REVOLUTION IS ON NOW [sic].”
Late Monday evening he also posted another video, captioned:
“Stick and stones may break your bones but words will never hurt me.”
Dillinger is a well-known rap artist who is very unhinged and apparently still releasing what they call music together with his liberal pot-head cousin Snoop Dogg.
Snoop Dogg has also been critical of Kanye West’s support for the President, Snoop’s also had unhinged tantrums mocking West in a few Instagram posts, including a fake tweet from former President George W. Bush saying “Kanye West does not care about black people.”