Rapper Snoop Dogg likes to “drop” expletives at President Donald Trump “like they’re hot.”
Snoop Dogg did that again on Nov. 8, according to the Huffington Post, after promising his more than 28 million Instagram followers he would “do some gangsta s***” at the White House if enough of them responded favorably.
After getting the “urge to go to the White House,” he told fans he’d do some “gangsta s***” once he got more than 20,000 likes on a video within three minutes. He settled on “smok[ing] a blunt,” facing the White House and cursing at the president. View that video here.
The rapper later shared a video of himself seated in Lafayette Square, puffing away at his joint, saying: “While you n****s is votin’ and doin’ all this other bulls***, I’m at the White House n**** smokin’, f*** the President.”
Snoop Dogg’s anti-Trump attitude has come up in his music too. In his “Lavender” music video, he portraying a Trump look-alike clown being shot, and his regular bashes fellow rapper Kanye West for supporting Trump.