A rapper from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, claimed last weekend to be working with ISIS terrorists during a threat made towards Republican candidate Donald Trump.
“Maine Muzik,” who made headlines this week after being visited by police for waving around firearms in an Instagram video, threatened Trump Saturday over fears that the candidate would limit access to food stamps.
“I really want to go to war with Donald Trump because Donald Trump trying to take food stamps from my mamma and that’s all the f*ck she’s got…” the rapper says. “As long as the m*ther f*cking government let us keep food stamps… we going to be good, but the first time this n*gga pass a law talking about he taking Louisiana purchase, sh*t going to get ugly…”
“I swear to God on every m*ther f*cking chain I got, on my dead pit bull in the backyard buried,” Musik continues.
During his warning to the presumptive GOP nominee the rapper also claimed to be in contact with ISIS terrorists and to have access to grenades.
“And I ain’t worried about ISIS because they just called me, they want me to f*ck with them now…” the rapper says. “Ya, we got them drums bitch and grenades but I’m scared to throw them.”
Musik’s video, which has remained online for five days, is similar to other rap videos which call for harm against Trump.
Just last month media outlets celebrated a viral rap video in which several armed teens threatened to kill the hotel mogul as well.
The song, entitled “F*ck Trump Anthem,” details how the group of rappers plan to cave Trump’s head in with a shovel.
Another rap video by YG and Nipsey Hussle entitled “F**k Donald Trump,” calls for riots if the candidate enters Los Angeles.