After allegations from a California woman that claims Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump raped her when she was an underage teen resurfaced in Manhattan Federal Court, T.I. took to Instagram to advocate to rip the billionaire.

"Uh-hemm... No means No Sir!!!! If y'all vote for him U voting for the upper echelon of the scum of the earth. This is the fanciest bag of fertilizer the world has to offer.," wrote Tip as the caption for the post with an emphatic "#FuckTrump2016" to close out the message.

The New York Daily News reports that Trump has already denounced the rape lawsuit as “categorically false” and “disgusting.” The lawsuit was dismissed by a Los Angeles Federal Court judge last month. It's now being handle by a new lawyer, however the more serious charges have been dropped.

The Atlanta native has been very vocal about his disapproval of Donald Trump in the past. In March, T.I. told a cameraman that he’d prefer anyone who supports Trump to abstain from purchasing his music. Earlier that same month T.I., once again, took to Instagram and adamantly sent a message to Trump that he will not be getting his vote.

“Donald Trump, this message is for you,” he said in the Instagram video. “My name is Clifford T.I.P. Harris. I say this as nonviolently but unapologetically as possible. Fuck you and fuck what you stand for. Nobody who support me will support you. End of message.”

A ton of rappers have been very vocal about their dislike of Trump. Mac Miller appeared on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore to officially slam Trump. After a protestor charged Trump at a rally in Ohio while wearing a J. Cole Dreamville shirt, Cole and his label sent a box of free merch to the protestor. Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright” has also been used as an anti-Trump rally cry all across the nation.

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