LAS VEGAS, NV - JANUARY 01: J. Cole performs during a New Year's Eve celebration at the Light Nightclub at the Mandalay Bay R
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J. Cole is sending merch to a fan who was thrown from a Donald Trump rally.

Thomas DiMassimo, wearing a Dreamville Records shirt, tried to rush the stage at a Trump event on March 12, but was tackled by security. Shortly after, Trump alleged that the Cole fan was linked to ISIS in a doctored video that is now deleted. The actual video is from a protest of #NotMyFlag, which features the music of J. Cole's "Be Free," a tribute to Michael Brown.

HipHopEarly reports that Cole's manager, Ibrahim Hamad, saw that DiMassimo got his shirt ripped by security and is sending him a whole box of Dreamville gear.

For more, check out this list of 19 celebrities who have come swinging at Trump, and watch this Cole interview from the Fuse vault: