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Watch out Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly, Snoop Dogg and Kanye could be rap’s next big beef.
Snoop showcased his bark in a very NSFW clip from an interview with SiriusXM’s DJ Suss One, which drops in its entirety Saturday.
When the host of the “Hip Hop Nation” channel hesitated to bad-mouth President Trump outright, explaining many of his fans “get mad at me when I talk bad about him,” Snoop was not having it.
“Well, you need to know that a lot of your fans is racist,” the rapper whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., said. “Ain’t no (expletive) way around it.”
Snoop, 46, added that he tells people “straight up” if they like Trump, they’re “racist” and that he feels Trump “drew the lines” when he started singling people out.
“Before him, there were no lines,” Snoop said. “Everybody was everybody. We respected everything. We didn’t trip.”
Bringing up ‘Ye, who has openly supported Trump, Snoop had an expletive for him as well. “Don’t forget about him, too. (Expletive) you too.”
“Throw him in the bag, too ’cause he’s right with them (expletives),” Snoop added.
While Kanye has tweeted about his “love” for his “brother” Trump, Snoop Dogg and the commander-in-chief have had more of a contentious relationship. Last year, Snoop’s music video for “Lavender (Nightfall Remix)” featured a clown that resembled Trump. In the video, Snoop fires a pistol at the man with orange skin and a long, red tie.
Trump reacted on Twitter, calling out Snoop as a struggling rapper. “Can you imagine what the outcry would be if @SnoopDogg, failing career and all, had aimed and fired the gun at President Obama?” he wrote. “Jail time!”
But years ago, Snoop’s skewering of the president wasn’t so serious. In 2011, he participated in Comedy Central’s Trump roast, which DJ Suss One brought up during their conversation.
“I was roasting his (expletive). I wasn’t being his buddy,” Snoop Dogg explained, adding he “got paid” for the gig.
The rapper wasn’t the only celebrity publicly giving the president the four-letter word what-for this week: When actor Jack Black received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tuesday, he wrapped his speech by saying, “I love you all so much ― except for Donald Trump’s a piece of (expletive),” Black said. “Peace out. Love you.”
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