Ludacris attends Michigan Avenue Magazine Celebrates Its Summer Issue with Ludacris at LondonHouse on July 13, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois.

Ludacris attends Michigan Avenue Magazine Celebrates Its Summer Issue with Ludacris at LondonHouse on July 13, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois.

*As some 2,000 demonstrators hit the streets of Atlanta on Saturday to peacefully protest the racism on display the previous week in Charlottesville, Virginia,  the crowd was heard repeating a twist on Ludacris’ 2001 single “Move B**ch.” replacing the B-word with the T-word.

“Move Trump, get out the way! Get out the way! Get out the way!” was shouted by the crowd as it moved from downtown Atlanta to the tomb of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Ludacris caught wind of their demonstration and posted the video on his Instagram in solidarity. The caption read “#MoveTrump,” with a black emoji fist.

Watch the video below.

#MoveTrump ✊?

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Atlanta was one of many anti-racism protests held across the United States on Saturday, spurred in part by the death of Heather Heyer, 32, when a white supremacist allegedly drove a car into a crowd of counterprotesters in Charlottesville.

Atlanta had no reports of counterprotesters or arrests during the march across the city. Organizers expressly told anyone who had intentions of sparking violence to leave before the march started, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.