Rapper YG invites Stormy Daniels on stage to perform Trump diss track at music festival

Rapper YG brought Stormy Daniels on stage at a Los Angeles music festival Sunday to rile up the crowd before performing one of his biggest hits in tandem with the adult film actress.

The artist called up 40-year-old Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, to help him sing his and late rapper Nipsey Hussle's 2016 election protest anthem "FDT," which stands for "F**k Donald Trump," at the 2019 Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival, hosted at Dodger Stadium.

"My name is Stormy f***ing Daniels," the porn star can be heard telling the screaming crowd in a clip of the performance shared on Twitter.

When YG asks Daniels about her hotly debated sexual past with the president, she responds, "I wouldn’t really call it f***ing, no, I just laid there."

YG then hugs Daniels before the two begin singing the chorus to "FDT" together.

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Last month, YG made headlines when he threw a fan out of a Texas concert for refusing to say "f*** Donald Trump" on stage. The unidentified man was booed by the crowd as he exited the stage at the Mala Luna Music Festival in San Antonio.

"Don't come to a motherf***ing show with YG on the motherf***ing bill if you a Donald Trump supporter," YG reportedly said after the incident.