In the past, Snoop Dogg, like many pop culture superstars, has been an ardent leftist.
Snoop expressed his distaste for Donald Trump as late as 2017.
Snoop Dogg was not a backer of Trump or his followers at the time.
According to Breitbart, in a 2017 video that went viral, Snoop Dogg used the n-word to refer to Trump and criticized his fans.
“I just want to say this real quick, now no political shit. All you people for the federal government that … not getting paid right now, ain’t no fucking way in the world y’all can vote for Donald Trump when he come back up again. If y’all do vote for him, y’all some stupid motherfuckers,” said Snoop.
“Fuck everybody down with Donald Trump, I said it yeah.,” added Snoop.
Snoop also criticized Kanye West, who has been vocal in his support for Donald Trump.
“Kanye too. Don’t forget about him too. throw him in the bag, he right with them motherf-kers,” He stated.
Snoop’s diatribe was not limited to Trump and West. Other conservatives, particularly black ones, were targets of his mockery.
Breitbart reported that Snoop Dogg referred to black conservatives such as Herman Cain, Paris Dennard, and Candace Owens as “The Coon Bunch” in allusion to The Brady Bunch.
I didn't make the Coon Bunch. 🤕
Need to step up my cooning, back to the drawing board. ✌🏾 pic.twitter.com/p93HxlTcDO
— Patriot J 🔥 (@sirhottest) July 5, 2020
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Yet although Snoop Dogg stumped for Hillary Clinton in 2016 and took his criticisms of former President Trump to vile extremes, he has come out hard against establishment Democrats in recent days, starting with his endorsement of Rick Caruso for Mayor of Los Angeles.
Caruso is now a Democrat but was a former Republican, and is a commercial developer in Los Angeles. He procured the rapper’s endorsement in May.
Snoop may be edging just a bit toward conservative values. Maybe he has seen the light, and more evidence of that has now evolved. CONTINUE READING…