Lupe Fiasco was removed from the stage during a performance at Hamilton Live in Washington, D.C. on Sunday (January 20) night.
The rapper was removed after performing an anti-war song for 30 minutes, and stating that he did not vote for President Barack Obama in the recent November election. He was reportedly booked to perform as part of a celebration for Obama's inauguration, which takes place on Monday (January 21).
After the performance and anti-Obama remarks, Lupe was asked by security to leave after refusing to move on to a new song.
Below are tweets from Foreign Policy's Josh Rogin, who was present at the show (spotted at Complex):
Lupe Fiasco just got thrown off stage here at the Hamilton Live after he went on an anti-Obama diatribe mid set.
So Lupe played one anti-war song for 30 min and said he didn't vote for Obama and eventually was told to move on to the next song.
Lupe refused to move to the next song so a team of security guards came on stage and told him to go.
Lupe's stance on Obama is nothing new, as the rapper has criticized the President numerous times in the past.
Watch footage from the show below (via NotThisNews.com).