The perpetually high rapper, Snoop Dogg, is facing a backlash and like he’s ever witnessed before after releasing a video representing Pres. Trump as a clown before eventually staging a mock assassination of him.
In Snoops latest video, a clear attempt to save his failing music career by jumping on the anti-Trump bandwagon, he released a track called “Lavender (Nightfall Remix),” where he pointed to a gun at a Pres. Trump parody named “Ronald Klump.”
Eventually, he pulled the trigger and a “bang” sign rules out of the barrel of the gun.
Several people have already spoken out against the anorexic rapper, from Sen. Marco Rubio who told TMZ, “The wrong person sees that and gets the wrong idea, you can have a real problem. I’m not sure what Snoop was thinking.”
To Paul Joseph Watson, of InfoWars.
And surprisingly, one of Snoop Dogg’s friends, rapper Ice T, who had no problems in stating “You can’t point a gun at the president,” in a video released to TMZ.
But the one that stuck out the most is Lt. Col. Allen West (Ret.) Who appeared on “Fox and Friends”and labeled the assassination “disgusting.”
“When is this going to end, this type of reaction, this violent, this vitriolic reaction to the election?” West stated.
Also mentioning how the media would have flipped its lid had a video like this been released promoting the assassination of Pres. Obama.
“The media, everyone would be outraged,” West said.
West also pointed out how this is a possible violation of US code, portraying the assassination of a sitting president.
“The Secret Service should investigate this. They should look into it, because it is a violation.”
Twitter also went absolutely crazy with their resentment towards the perpetually high rapper.
— Alana Mastrangelo (@ARmastrangelo) March 13, 2017
Snoop Dogg shoots a clown resembling Trump in a music video. Such a positive statement! I'm sure that will heal the growing racial divide.
— P D W (@PaulDaddyWatson) March 13, 2017
— Mark Dice (@MarkDice) March 13, 2017