The park, located in Brooklyn Heights, was discovered to have been defaced with spray paint messages reading "Go Trump," and surrounded by swastikas.
In response of the hateful messages, the group decided to organize an anti-hate rally, taking place in Brooklyn tomorrow (Nov 20).
"Hate has no place in Brooklyn, NYC, or America," reads the Beastie Boys' Twitter post announcing the rally.
Considering the fact that late member, Adam "MCA" Yauch was such a lifelong advocate for essentially everything Trump is against, many are sounding off on Twitter to share their disgust that someone defaced such a landmark representing peace, love and equality.
Following the park being vandalized, some fans came forward to post cut out hearts on the playground to cover the grafitti in an act of solidarity.
Take a look at the statements from the Beastie Boys and the New York City mayor's office alike in the posts below, as well as see what some outraged fans are saying on Twitter.
Hate has no place in Brooklyn, NYC, or America.— Beastie Boys (@beastieboys) November 19, 2016
Join us on Sunday to stand against hate messages.
11:30, Adam Yauch Park, Brooklyn, NYC pic.twitter.com/DZXcUyZauP
Adam Yauch is weeping for our country. Mom was Jewish. Practiced Buddhism. Spoke out against Islamophobia. Apologized for homophobic lyrics.— Brad Lander (@bradlander) November 18, 2016
Today in Adam Yauch park, someone spray painted 2 swastikas,— Kathleen Hanna (@kathleenhanna) November 19, 2016
and "Go Trump” in the kid’s playground.
Please join us on Sun & raise yr voice pic.twitter.com/oKa6mowZxN
(Photo: Joe Doucet via Instagram)