Posted by , Mar 13, 2016 at 04:05pm
An Ohio protester who attempted to rush the stage at a Trump rally ripped his Dreamville shirt, but the label has him covered.

Donald Trump's recent rallies have been a mess, with the potential republican candidate being forced to cancel his appearance in Chicago following conflicts between supporters and protesters in the crowd (he's actually encouraged violence toward protesters in this kind of situation...), while a protester in Ohio attempted to rush the stage before being apprehended by secret service agents.

As some rap fans quickly pointed out on social media, the man who was looking to interrupt Trump's speech happened to be wearing a Dreamville shirt, which if you're not familiar, is the name of J. Cole's imprint. 

The man, who was identified as Thomas Dimassimo, was arrested for disorderly conduct and inducing panic, and released on bail Saturday night, according to ABC.

Later on, he responded to a tweet from DailyRapFacts on Twitter, where he revealed that the shirt was ripped by Trump's security. At which point, Dreamville president Ibrahim H. swooped in to promise the protester a box full of new merch, advising him to "be safe out there".

Check out the tweets and some footage from the protester's attempt at crashing the stage below.

J. Cole's Dreamville Imprint Is Hooking A Trump Protester Up With Free Merch

An Ohio protester who attempted to rush the stage at a Trump rally ripped his Dreamville shirt, but the label has him covered.


Donald Trump's recent rallies have been a mess, with the potential republican candidate being forced to cancel his appearance in Chicago following conflicts between supporters and protesters in the crowd (he's actually encouraged violence toward protesters in this kind of situation...), while a protester in Ohio attempted to rush the stage before being apprehended by secret service agents.

As some rap fans quickly pointed out on social media, the man who was looking to interrupt Trump's speech happened to be wearing a Dreamville shirt, which if you're not familiar, is the name of J. Cole's imprint. 

The man, who was identified as Thomas Dimassimo, was arrested for disorderly conduct and inducing panic, and released on bail Saturday night, according to ABC.

Later on, he responded to a tweet from DailyRapFacts on Twitter, where he revealed that the shirt was ripped by Trump's security. At which point, Dreamville president Ibrahim H. swooped in to promise the protester a box full of new merch, advising him to "be safe out there".

Check out the tweets and some footage from the protester's attempt at crashing the stage below.

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