Rapper YG under fire after telling women to go topless at all-ages Australian gig

Rapper YG performing in Los Angeles in 2016 (file photo).
Jonathan Moore

Rapper YG performing in Los Angeles in 2016 (file photo).

Video has emerged of touring US rapper YG demanding female fans take their tops off at an all-ages concert in Brisbane, Australia, on Saturday.

After singling out women in the audience, telling those on people's shoulders to flash their chests, the rapper awkwardly back-pedals after learning that the venue's upper-tier were underage guests.

"Oh s..., y'all are underage, I can't f... with y'all," he tells the younger concertgoers, after a bouncer on stage appears to inform him of the gig's 13+ audience. He then tells the kids to promise him they'll go to school on Monday.

The video, which was shared on Facebook, also shows the rapper insulting women in the audience. 

"Baby, you look like you've got mosquito bites, put your a.. down," he tells one woman as the audience groans.

The Brisbane show was the last leg of the rapper's seven-date New Zealand and Australia tour.

Facebook commenters said the rapper's stage banter included similar requests to female fans at last week's 13+ gig at Sydney's Big Top.

The Compton rapper, 27, last year released the critically acclaimed album Still Brazy, famous for its pre-election protest anthem FDT (F... Donald Trump).

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 - Brisbane Times

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