Note to music fans: Leave the Donald Trump merchandise at home — unless you want your favorite artist’s butt residue all over it.
During a concert in Athens, Georgia, rapper Waka Flocka Flame took notice of an audience member’s Trump jersey and requested — or rather demanded — for it to be handed over.
The “O Let’s Do It” artist then proceeded to drop his pants, baring it all, and wiped his derrière with the fan’s Trump jersey to cheers from the rest of the crowd.
According to Complex, the offensive clothing belonged to University of Georgia student Kyle Weber, who had tweeted that he would be wearing his Trump basketball jersey to the concert.
“I’m going to the Waka Flocka concert tonight, wearing my President Trump basketball jersey,” Weber wrote in the tweet captured by Complex, which appears to have since been removed. “Hopefully I don’t get hospitalized.”
Apparently, Weber knew what might come of his actions because he added the hashtag “risky” to the end of his tweet.
Following the incident, the student took to social media again, this time to warn others not to do the same.
“WARNING: Never wear a Trump shirt 2 a Waka Flocka concert. He took it from me and used it to wipe his a–,” wrote Weber. “100% a concert I won’t forget.”
Neither will we, Weber. Neither will we.