Dreamville’s president, Ibrahim Hamad, took to Twitter today (March 13) to say that he is going to send a Donald Trump protester new gear.
The protester attempted to get on stage with Trump at a rally in Dayton, Ohio yesterday (March 12). He was stopped by security and escorted away. Pictures of the incident showed that the man was wearing a Dreamville T-shirt.
The man, who goes by the Twitter username Younglionking7, replied to a post from Daily Rap Facts that shared a picture of him representing the label founded by J. Cole.
“they ripped it and I’m so salty bout it,” Younglionking7 says about the T-shirt. “I got it at Cole first Dollar and Dream tour when he performed in ATL.”
Hamad responds to the man and says that the label will outfit him in new merchandise.
“@Dailyrapfacts @Younglionking7 all good bro, we’ll send you a box of Dreamville gear on us,” he says. “Be safe out there.”
Trump has faced much criticism from the Rap community, including from Mac Miller, Bun B and Chris Brown.
J. Cole performed at a SXSW event for the Democratic National Committee Friday (March 11). At the event, President Barack Obama expressed his admiration for the North Carolina rapper.
View the posts of a Donald Trump protester wearing a Dreamville T-shirt below:
A guy who tried to attack Donald Trump in Ohio had a Dreamville shirt on pic.twitter.com/qVZ1ieV18F
— HIP HOP FACTS (@DailyRapFacts) March 13, 2016
@Dailyrapfacts @Younglionking7 all good bro, we'll send you a box of Dreamville gear on us. Be safe out there.
— Ibrahim H. (@KingOfQueenz) March 13, 2016