Snoop Do-double-G is a "F**K All" rap artist who over the years has been into a lot of controversies but the rapper backs-up every single song and mixes he makes with a statement "keeping it Real". The Rap artist recently released a cover of his new album "Make America Crip Again" where he is seen standing over President Donald Trump's dead body.
Whenever we talk about the famous dogy style singer, Snoop Doggy Dogg, we obviously think about all the Deathrow produced & Dr.Dre mixed tracks, Marijuana and gangster rap but it had been a while, Snoopy was playing a low key on social media and now it appears that the whole thing was a silence before the Strome.
Snoop Dogg is straight up against Trump's camping slogan "Make America great again" and the recently deleted Instagram post of his upcoming album cover shows that the rapper isn't afraid to express his dislikes in darkest yet artistic way possible.
Snoop Dogg trolls President Donald Trump once again, Source: Variety
It's the gangster style cover which features Snoop on a black and white background Psychadelic t-shirt and the rapper is seen with a gangster attitude looking at President's dead body covered with a colored American flag with a toe tag reading “TRUMP.” We refer the album cover to match former NWA's rapper and The Barbershop actor Ice Cube’s 1991 album “Death Certificate,” which had Cube standing over Uncle Sam's corps.
Snoop Dogg dissed the current president throughout the album’s title track, and his lyrics reads
“The president said he wants to make America great again. F— that s—, we gon’ make America crip again.”
Here is a reminder, This is not the first time President and Dogg have shown their disrespect to each other, previously when Snoop Dogg released a single song with a satirical video showing President Donald Trump getting shot by him, the president did press his fingers and shared an angry twit over Dogg.
Here is the tweet:
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!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 15, 2017
Here is the famous sarcastic music video which brought in the whole controversy between Snoop Dogg and President Trump
Let's see where the war between Snoop Dogg and president Trump heads, and we do hope to see Mr. President's reaction on this one.