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Snoop Dogg to Kanye and Trump: 'F--- you and f--- him'

Snoop Dogg condemned supporters of President TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden adds to vote margin over Trump after Milwaukee County recount Krebs says allegations of foreign interference in 2020 election 'farcical'  Republicans ready to become deficit hawks again under a President Biden MORE, including fellow rapper Kanye West, in a recent interview scheduled to air on Saturday.

"I don't give a f---. I tell 'em straight up, motherf---er. If you like that n---a, you motherf---in’ racist,” Snoop Dogg began in an interview with DJ Suss One on SiriusXM. “F--- you and f--- him. Now what?”

Snoop Dogg drew criticism from Trump supporters last year after he shot a clown dressed as Trump with a toy gun in a music video.


Trump slammed the rapper shortly after and speculated that the rapper would have faced jail time if he shot a clown dressed as former President Obama in a video instead. 

The “Gin and Juice” rapper in the new interview went on to discuss how he felt everyone “respected everything” prior to Trump taking office in 2016. 

“He drew the lines,” the rapper said. “Before him, there were no lines. Everybody was everybody, we respected everything, we didn't trip.” 


But Snoop Dogg then went on to say that he feels Trump supporters, including West, are condoning racism.  

“Kanye too, n----a, don’t forget about him too — f--- you too!” he said. “Throw him in the bag too because he’s right there with the motherf---ers.”

West caught flak earlier this year after praising Trump in a series of tweets, sharing a photo of himself donning a “Make America Great Again” hat and suggesting in an interview that slavery "sounds like a choice.” 

He has since apologized for the way he may have hurt people’s feelings with his actions.


“I have never really approached or addressed the slavery comment fully, and it’s not something for me to over-intellectualize,” West said in an interview on radio station 107.5 WGCI last month.

“This is something about the fact that it hurt people’s feelings and the way that I presented that piece of information. I could present in a way more calm way, but I was ramped up. And I apologize,” West said. “That happens sometimes when people are — I’m not blaming mental health, but I’m explaining mental health."