Snoop Dogg has taken Hip Hop Antics Too Far; His Music Video Implies the Assassination of the President

Snoop Dogg has hit an all-time low.  A new video being shared on Social Media shows the Rapper pointing a gun at an Image that’s made up to look like the president.   The video showed the Rapper pointing a gun directly to the head of the made up mock which turned out to be (Fake) and his jesters implying that he allegedly assassinated the president

There is nothing funny or cute about his rap antics which have people raising an eyebrow and questioning his intent.    Wellens who is with Billboard tried to explained the concept behind the video; however there is no rationale or defense for straight disrespect.

According to The Wrap ----  Even Marco Rubio weigh in on a conversation with TMZ stating : “Snoop shouldn’t have done that; You know, we’ve had presidents assassinated before in this country, so anything like that is really something that you should be very careful about.”

The Senator goes on to say, “I think people can disagree but you’ve got to be very careful about that kind of thing, because the wrong person sees that and gets the wrong idea, you can have a real problem.  So I’m not sure what Snoop was thinking, he should think about that a little bit.”

Diamond and Silk's Opinion

.@DiamondandSilk: What would have happened if a white Rapper did the same thing to the 44th Black President?!

We all have the freedom to express ourselves but when it’s done in a manner of contempt and disregard for another person like the President of the United States, that’s when it becomes dangerous.   Snoop Dog owes the President and Millions of Americans an apology and he should delete this disparaging video from his YouTube line up!

Diamond and Silk cut straight through the BS. Snoop Doggy Dog and Lil Bow Wow get their assets handed to them. The Hawaii Judge interfering with the American people security is not working for the best interest of the American people. Jobs Jobs Jobs.


Like and Follow Diamond and Silk Now