'Law and Order: Special Victims Unit' season 20 sees Snoop Dogg ace his guest role as a suspect

The rapper-actor, who has appeared in many guest roles over the years, is keeping with tradition as his role in the crime series is short and the screentime is not more than 10 minutes.


                            'Law and Order: Special Victims Unit' season 20 sees Snoop Dogg ace his guest role as a suspect

Snoop Dogg was seen in the recent episode of 'Law and Order: Special Victims Unit' season 20 as a guest star and he played the role of rapper RB Banks who is accused of assaulting his competition artiste's wife, who is also a pop star. The competition is played by Orlando Jones. The rapper-actor who has appeared in many guest roles over the years believes in carrying on the tradition as his role in the crime series is short and the screentime is not more than 10 minutes. Mariska Hargitay as Lieutenant Olivia Benson questions him about the crime and says, "You realize that we are cops right?" And he replies, "Yeah, but I ain't done nothing."



 

Snoop Dogg is a recording artiste and his competition artiste's wife has been assaulted and sexually abused. He is accused because he was spotting having a public feud with the victim's husband and is heard saying that his wife needs a beating up and more, only, he didn't actually act on his words. But he does say that the "B**** got what she deserved." He also explains that the feud was a result of the victim's husband accusing him of having a ghost rider, which hurt his ego and resulted in a spar of words. 



 

To make things worse, he also doesn't have an alibi and doesn't seem perturbed about possibly ending up in jail if things go south. The investigation makes it to the front page of tabloids and has been very appropriately named 'Diss War'. Of course, it comes to light that he never did commit the crime, but he also gets into a fight in the presence of the cops to add some complications to the case before it can be unraveled and solved. He also has a weapon on his person giving Lieutenant Benson the reason to cuff him and take him to the precinct for further questioning. 

Snoop Dogg also released a promo video for the episode in which he is seen explaining what 'Law and Order: Special Victims Unit' is all about. The episode was aired on May 2 on NBC. 

 

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