LOS ANGELES, CA - JANUARY 13: Nipsey Hussle and YG pose backstage before they perform at Rick Ross, Busta Rhymes & Eric Belli
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Police shut down the video shoot for YG and Nipsey Hussle's "FDT (F-ck Donald Trump)" track, which took place over the weekend. As reported by TMZ, the LAPD responded to a call for a large crowd surrounding cars roaming the Melrose area. They allegedly didn't know it was for a video shoot and showed up to control the growing drove of people.

According to sources, the West Coast rappers (who announced the impromptu open call on Instagram) managed to get enough footage to create a music video. In an interview with Billboard, the duo explained their frustrations with Donald Trump. YG said, 

"Oh man, a million things. It got to a point where [Trump] was disrespectin', saying shit that makes no sense. Me and Nip always talk about doing real shit about these politics, stepping up and saying stuff other motherfuckers are not doing so we finally hit the studio and really did it."

Check out some footage from YG and a few fans during the video shoot below, which includes a startling shot of a Corvette doing donuts before completely wiping out a guy on the street (he seems to be okay, though).