Three Baltimore performers that go by the names Dooley, Tlow and Lor Roger put out a rap video called "CIT4DT," which stands for "chopper in the trunk for Donald Trump," a slang reference to having a gun in your car expressly for the purposes of killing the real estate mogul and presidential candidate. Click above for the disturbing display.
Dooley,19, whose real name is Abdel Ibrahim and proclaims to be a proud Muslim, released the video on his popular Youtube channel, which has since gone viral making it on sites like WorldStarHipHop and even The Drudge Report. In the video Abdel and his friends even carry clubs, bats, and shovels, presumably to bury Trump's body after they beat him and shoot him.
"We got a chopper in the trunk for Donald Trump. Catch his little pu--y a-- and give him his hundred round drum." "You keep on playing big bitch, you catch these hollows. Ya'll try and make him president, fu-- Donald. Fu-- Trump. Fu--Trump."
Hollows, by the way, is slang for hollow-point bullets, which are designed to inflict the most damage on their victim.
But news outlets like The Baltimore Sun give the boys a pass, calling them "schoolyard-insults," writing:
"While the song is overtly threatening in nature (it warns Trump not to come to Baltimore “unless you want to die, though”), the lyrics also contain a schoolyard-insults spirit (“Boy ain’t even white / you yellow! / You said you’d date your own daughter / You a sicko!”).
Ibrahim said the song's threats of violence against Trump were not literal or even serious.
"We didn't mean no harm by it," Ibrahim said. "We don't got no damn chopper! My religion says don't even kill. I wouldn't kill an innocent fly."
When asked whom he is for in the presidential race, Ibrahim told the paper Bernie Sanders "was cool."
Click below to hear media analyst Mark Dice go further down the rabbit hole in decoding the "ghetto talk" of the video and uncover the fact that Ibrahim's "older bro" is already in prison, charged with first degree murder for stabbing someone...
Mark's extended analysis...
Ibrahim and his friends aren't the first to rap about killing Trump. Four-time Grammy nominated rapper Rick Ross wrote in his song "Free Enterprise" that he'd like to "Assassinate Trump like I'm Zimmerman."