People Calling For Infamous Street Gang To Attack Kanye West For Pro-Trump Remarks

U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Blake Mize

Daz Dillinger, a former member of rapper Snoop Dogg’s entourage in the 1990s is calling upon members of the street gang Crips to target Kanye West after he showed support for Donald Trump via Twitter recently.

The now-deleted video was posted to Instagram post has been reposted to Twitter (WARNING: Video includes explicit language, viewer discretion advised.):

“Yo national alert, all the Crips out there, y’all f— Kanye up,” he said, referring to the infamous Los Angeles-area street gang.

Specifically, Dillinger, whose real name is Delmar Drew Arnaud, issued a warning to West to stay out of Long Beach and California. Despite this, West lives in the upscale Calabasas in the San Fernando Valley.

“Better not ever see you in concert. Better not ever see you around the LBC. Better not ever see you around California,” he says in the video. “Stay in Calabasas, ya hear me? ‘Cuz we got a Crip alert for Kanye.”

A message reading “F— KANYE UP” was also posted on Dillinger’s verified Twitter account.

And across the Twittersphere, we’ve seen plenty of heat thrown Kanye’s way. Even during a recently shared performance,

There was plenty of reaction from celebrities across social media, including rappers Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, YG, and Nipsey Hussle, who shared an image of a recent performance in Washington, D.C.

Captioned “Picture Speaking A Thousand Words”, the post includes a shot of the stage displaying photos of West wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat.

West is no stranger to controversy and needless to say this REALLY took Liberals by surprise. Like Trump, I like that Kanye is stirring things up. It’s about time some people do.

“You don’t have to agree with trump but the mob can’t make me not love him. We are both dragon energy,” West wrote Wednesday. “He is my brother. I love everyone. I don’t agree with everything anyone does. That’s what makes us individuals. And we have the right to independent thought.”