Late last week a T-shirt inspired by the 2012 presidential campaign and Chicago hip-hop made its debut—it’s called “That Mitt I Don’t Like,” in an obvious nod to Chief Keef‘s “I Don’t Like” (and the G.O.O.D. Music remix). You can probably imagine how its creators feel about Republican candidate Mitt Romney.

Atlanta-based designers John Searles, Aaron Rhodan, and Julian Streete had been trying to brainstorm a collaborative project when they hit upon “That Mitt I Don’t Like.” The three had become friends while studying business at Morehouse College, and graduated in 2009; Rhodan, who grew up in Chicago’s Hyde Park, was about to move to Brooklyn, and they wanted to come up with a design before his departure.

The idea didn’t arrive until after Rhodan’s move—it was Searles who lit the fuse—but the trio pushed ahead anyway. “It all came to fruition after the first debate,” Searles says. “I felt like there was a lot of lying from Mitt Romney’s side and it was kind of something that disgusted me. I didn’t like it.”