Snoop Dogg joined calls for the U.S. women's national soccer team to earn the same pay as their “sorry ass” male counterparts off the heels of their fourth World Cup championship win.

"Food for thought. Shout out to the USA Women's Soccer Team for their fourth World Cup, but what I want to talk about is they only get $90,000 per player, but the men — if they win, they get $500,000 per player,” the rapper said in a video shared on Instagram on Monday.

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“Sorry ass f--king men from the U.S. team may never win sh-t, ain't ever win sh-t, can't even get out the f--king first round,” he continued. “Man, pay them ladies, man. Pay the girls what they're worth.” 

"The women should be getting $500,000 per athlete. Snoop Dogg says so,” he also said. “Yeah, I'm rocking with that. Them girls have won four World Cups and $90,000? Man, please. Play them $500,000 a piece."

His comments are just the latest in a growing list of celebrities and lawmakers who have called for the women's national soccer team to be paid as much as the men’s team.

In a recent letter to Carlos Cordeiro, the president of the U.S. Soccer Federation, 50 members of Congress expressed their disapproval with what they called “the inequities in pay, publicity, and investment” the women’s team has endured and called for them to earn equal pay. 

The congressional members – which included Democratic Reps. Ihlan Omar, Deb HaalandDebra HaalandWarren tells Native Americans: 'I have made mistakes' Warren unveils Native American policy plan Booker eyes farm conservation, reforestation and wetlands restoration in climate plan MORE, Ted LieuTed W. LieuTed Lieu congratulates first Asian American cast member on 'Saturday Night Live' Ocasio-Cortez renews impeachment call amid probe involving Trump's Scotland property Oversight panel investigating Air Force crew's stop at Trump property in Scotland MORE and Sharice DavidsSharice DavidsCentrist House Democrats press for committees to follow pay-go rule Ocasio-Cortez chief of staff to leave her office The Hill's Morning Report — Mueller testimony gives Trump a boost as Dems ponder next steps MORE – pointed out in the letter how the “women’s income is just 38 percent of men’s income.”

They went on to note that the disparity in pay was “particularly questionable” given the fact that the women’s games have “generated more total revenue than U.S. Men’s games over the last three years.”

“In fact, from 2016 to 2018,” they added, “women’s games generated approximately $50.8 million in revenue compared with $49.9 million for the men’s team.”