The art of trolling yourself mastered by Snoop Dogg on his own Instagram feed

With over 40K posts, Snoop Dogg entertains his over 30 million followers with his self-trolling memes, trolling celebrities in trouble and President Trump


                            The art of trolling yourself mastered by Snoop Dogg on his own Instagram feed

Celebrity trolls are everywhere on our social media feed, but no one is as guarded as Snoop Dogg, who trolls himself before anyone can, even unnecessarily.

His latest Instagram post comes after yet another claim of Tupac Shakur being spotted in another part of the world and that his murder in 1996 was a hoax.



 

Bearing the tag of 'Linmas', civilian neighborhood guards from Indonesia, Snoop Dogg posted a meme alongside that of Shakur's 'Linmas' lookalike's picture and captioned it with a tearful laughing emoji and a shrug. The picture collage had words inscribed "2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted." 

The 'Young, Wild and Free' rapper's friendship with Tupac is not unknown, but the rapper has got himself a notorious reputation for trolling himself. The 47-year-old rapper's Instagram feed is filled with his own memes including his reactions and fan videos.



 

Dubbed as controversial and funny, Dogg does not hesitate from posting political and social content. Prior to posting the above-mentioned meme, the rapper shared a hilarious video on Jussie Smollett, right after charges against him was dropped.



 

In January, when R Kelly's rape allegation was raging, the Hip Hop icon posted a meme of a viral baby with a disgusted expression with a caption "F**k you mean R. Kelly wanna meet me?!"



 

While some of his followers found it hilarious, there were others who did not see his sense of humor, and that's exactly how his feed runs.

Also vocal when it comes to his political beliefs, Dogg has Instagrammed against Trump's presidency plenty of times loudly and clearly.



 

 

With over 40k posts, Dogg's Instagram has more often than not, created controversies. In 2015, he was called out for being "bad at Instagram", as he came under fire for posting a picture with a Texas state trooper at SXSW and captioning it as "me n my deputy dogg."

While some found humor in the post, the trooper was called out for taking a picture with a public figure, who had a criminal background.



 

 

But nothing stops the West Coast rapper from using the platform to post outrageous content, irrespective of the reaction met. Without deleting a single post, the rapper shocks, amazes and bewilders his 30 million followers. Of course, he thanks himself for that.


 
 
 
 
 
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