Rapper YouTube's music is being removed from YouTube, Spotofy, and Apple Music after Asian employees at the companies objected to the rapper's lyrics, MTO News has learned.
In the song Meet The Flockers, YG talks about burglarizing the home of Asians. In the song, YG rapped that Asians are the best targets because they "don't believe in bank accounts."
The song - which described a burglary - did not use any racial slurs towards Asians, or mention any form of violence against an Asian person.
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But in today's world, that's enough to get banned.
As of this morning, MTO News has confirmed that the song Meet The Flockers and the 2014 album it was released on, My Crazy Life, has been completely scrubbed from the three top streaming platforms.
All of YG's other music, which talks about gang banging, and committing acts of violence against Black people, I still up on the top three streaming platforms.