Snoop Dogg dropped a couple of 'f*ck you's to Donald Trump and Kanye West
Snoop Dogg believes there's a lot more racism issues now in America than there was before Donald Trump took over the office. Oh, and we shouldn't 'forget about' Kanye too.
Looks like it's the week for extremely unfiltered interviews as Snoop Dogg recently joined the bandwagon to share some interesting insights on politics. Taking the mic on a Sirius XM interview this week, the 46-year-old rapper shared not only his intense feelings of distaste regarding the sitting president of the United States but also to his arch patron, Kanye West. Long story short, he shared a big 'f*** you' to Donald Trump along with a 'f*** you' to Kanye too.
It all started with DJ Suss One bringing up the topic after warning the rapper that a lot of his listeners don't like it when he talks ill of the president. and this clearly angered Snoop, as he responded: "Well you need to know that a lot of your fans is racist. Ain't no f***** way around it. I tell 'em straight up muthaf****. If you like that n**** [Trump] you muthaf*****' racist. F*** you and f*** him. Now what? N**** he drew the lines. He drew the muthaf*****’ lines. Before him, there were no lines."
Snoop also reflected how racism is a bigger issue than it was ever before, now that Trump is in office. "Everybody was everybody, we respected everything, we didn't trip, but n**** when you drew the line and start pointing muthaf***** out and singling them out n*** f*** y’all then n****. You and them."
And then he channeled his blast at Kanye, saying: "Don't forget about him too. F*** you too. Throw him in the bag, 'cause he right there with the muthaf*****." And this could primarily be because of Kanye blatant show of support towards Trump, which included meeting the president at his Manhattan Trump Tower right after he had been elected. Not just that, Kanye has also been known to support Trump's controversial red hat slogan 'Make America Great Again.'
Dear @kanyewest: There are better ways to get attention than posing in a MAGA hat next to a white guy making the “white power” sign. You constantly accuse people of being puppets to the system, but the only puppet I see here is you. pic.twitter.com/nitaXfv3JR— Ryan Knight 🌊 (@ProudResister) April 25, 2018
Speaking about his support for Trump, Kanye had told Jimmy Kimmel in August that: "Just as a musician, African-American, a guy living out in Hollywood, everyone around me tried to pick my candidate for me. And then told me every time that I said I liked Trump that I couldn’t say that out loud or my career would be over. It took me a year and a half to have the confidence to stand up and put on the hat, no matter what the consequences."
Incidentally enough, Snoop and Kanye used to be on good terms before, having also worked together on the track 'Eyez Closed' back in 2011. But in the coming years, this isn't the first time Snoop has taken a dig at Kanye. Last year, when Kanye had declared that 'slavery is a choice' during a TMZ interview, Snoop had shared his concerns about Kanye's mental health. Again in April, he took to Instagram to take a dig at Kanye's wife, Kim Kardashian West, saying: "The evolution of Jay-Z and Kanye show how influential your wife can be to your life."
Snoop's full interview with DJ Suss One is set to arrive on Saturday at 3 pm ET on Sirius.