Snoop Dogg GETS SAVAGE Response From Trump and Others
I’d like to see what President Trump say what he really wants in response to the Clown of hip hop, Snoop Lizard.
Admit it: Snoop looks more like a lizard, than he does a “dogg.”
Why did Snoop go after President Trump anyway? I asked this when the video was released.
The video plays out in a world of clowns. Donald Trump is depicted as the head clown. And in the most poignant scene, Snoop Dogg aims a toy gun at that clown – “Ronald Klump” – and pulls the trigger. Glitter and a banner reading “Bang!” pop out.
Allow me to tweet for Trump:
Snoop Dogg. Skinny bitch and neighborhood badass. Needs a gun. I’d bomb the shit out of him…with MY FIST!
The president weighed in on that scene Wednesday morning, tweeting:
“Can you imagine what the outcry would be if @SnoopDogg, failing career and all, had aimed and fired the gun at President Obama? Jail time!”
The song focuses on police brutality and other issues. Snoop Dogg told Billboard that he wanted to make a song “that was not controversial but real – real to the voice of the people who don’t have a voice.”
If Snoop had any guts, he would have made this video during the Era of Obama, and it would have been about Obama.
Obama has gotten more black people killed than any president.
Snoop could have also included almost every big city mayor, particularly Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. And what about Rahm Emanuel?
Finally, Snoop could have added blacks who kill other blacks indiscriminately to the video. If he shot all those silly Negroes, that video would be longer than Rappers’ Delight.
Snoop’s comments caused many responses. Rapper Ice-T has weighed in, saying that he “thought the video was good.” Nevertheless, he went on to say the video nerved him up a bit.
“It’s basically him saying everybody’s a clown, including Trump, which I think we all agree. The part where you point the gun at the president, that’s against the law, you gotta know that,” Ice-T said in a video posted by TMZ. “You can’t kill the president, but he pushed the line and he had the edge right there.”
We don’t all agree that Trump is a clown. Quite the contrary.
What I do find interesting is how these black sellouts cover their asses. I’d love to know why Ice-T thinks of Trump as a clown, except I know the answer: it’s politically correct to say that.
If Ice-T were to show any support for Trump, he’d catch hell. Perhaps Ice Cube can loan Ice-T and Snoop one of his balls?
…the reaction would “be terrible” if President Barack Obama had been mocked in such a fashion, adding, “but Obama wasn’t the same kind of guy as Trump. It was very hard to make an Obama joke because of his race, and Obama was such a smooth character. I think Trump brings a lot of these jokes onto himself.”
Snoop told Billboard that he wasn’t looking for a response from Trump or anyone else with that particular scene. Whatever.
Whether it’s Snoop or Rachel Maddow, Trump sells. Soon the antics of the Left won’t get them props, but scorn. Trump outs Leftists with each passing day, and it will only get worse for the Left.