YG’s video for “Jealous” mocks Donald Trump

The “FDT” rapper strikes again.

YG has targeted US President Donald Trump once again with his new video for “Jealous.”

A Trump impersonator dominates the video, cavorting with dancers in the ‘Oval Office,’ delivering a speech in front of a jet made up to look like Air Force One and throwing cash in front of a huge American flag. At one point, the sentence “I don’t pay taxes”—an allusion to his tax returns, which the New York Times recently published an exposé on—flashes behind him as he raps YG’s lyrics.

This clip comes four years after YG dropped “FDT” (an acronym for “Fuck Donald Trump”) with the late Nipsey Hussle. The track later got a remix with G-Eazy and Macklemore.

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“Jealous” is taken from YG’s latest album My Life 4Hunnid, and follows a slew of videos for album cuts “Blood Walk,” “Out on Bail,” “Equinox,” “Swag,” “FTP” and “Laugh Now Kry Later!” It’s the follow-up to his 2019 full-length 4REAL 4REAL.

Watch the video for “Jealous” below:

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