Donald Trump Takes On Hip-Hop, Calls Out Snoop Dogg For Music Video

Donald Trump Called Out Snoop Dogg On Twitter Over Music Video Shooting, Social Media Reacts

Donald Trump isn’t one to hold back on expressing his feelings, particularly over twitter.  Now Trump is taking on Hip-Hop, particularly, Hip-Hop legend, Snoop Dogg over a ‘shooting’.  Trump, who famously said during his presidential campaign:  “I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn’t lose voters”, seems like the wrong person to be trying to stand on some sort of moral high ground, but he tried to do exactly that on Wednesday morning.  Trump called out Snoop Dogg for a scene in a recent music video released by the rapper.

45 has long been a target of Hip-Hop artists.  Long before his presidential campaign I remember artists taking shots at the business man with the funny hair.  Things have just escalated for him since his successful presidential bid with artists calling him everything from “Agent Orange” to a “f*cking idiot”.  And it’s not just Hip-Hop artists, entertainers, politicians, basically anyone with a platform seems to be making him the butt of the joke.

The particularly visual that riled up Putin’s best bud is a Snoop Dogg music video for his new single, “Lavender”, which features Kaytranada & Badbadnotgood. Trump called out Snoop Dogg for a scene in the video where Snoop Dogg shoots a clown who resembles Donald Trump, with a fake gun.  The gun fires off a “BANG” flag so its not even an eerie depiction.

To be fair the entire music video is told through clowns—clowns in the media, clowns with badges and clowns in politics.

Watch The Snoop Dogg “Lavender” Music Video:

Here’s How Trump Called Out Snoop Dogg:


Trump Called Out Snoop Dogg On Twitter, Social Media Reacts:


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