Kanye West’s adoration for President Donald Trump went to new heights in a photo edit rapper 50 Cent shared on Instagram. And while 50 was fired up about it, Snoop Dogg was more upset about the rapper’s actual affiliation with the Commander-In-Cheif.
“Them b—- ass n—az deserve each other,” Snoop posted. “‘Get Out‘ the movie is really starring Kanye West as Uncle Tom and POTUS as Massa.”
But Snoop has been dissing West for the last several days since the Chicago MC tweeted proclaiming he and Trump “are dragon energy” and that “he is my brother.”
“Yo, it is it me or is that n—- Kanye West one of the n—– from ‘Get Out?'”Snoop says in an animoji video captioned, “Get Out. Now.” “They f—ing you up, cuh. You need to get out of that house.”
In another post of West donning a “Make America Great Again” cap, Snoop wrote, “That’s mighty white of u Kanye. N—- if u don’t snap out of it Get out part 2.”
Other criticisms include a Snapchat story that purportedly blamed Kim Kardashian for Ye’s evolution. Snoop also posted a phony tweet from former President George Bush saying, “Kanye West does not care about Black people,” a reference to West making the same statement about Bush in 2005 post-Hurricane Katrina. Additionally, there’s a parody video of Trump praising Ye as “my African-American” while West remains silent when asked what Trump has done for him. He also referred to Trump as “massa.”
Snoop’s issues with Ye are nothing new, however. He began blasting West’s behavior back in 2009 when he agreed West needed a “kick in the ass” after barging on stage at the MTV Video Music Award. Then, in November 2016, Snoop questioned Ye’s onstage rant against Jay-Z.
“This n—- crazy,” he said in a Twitter video. “I smoke weed. Weed don’t make you do that. What the f— is he on?”
Snoop Dogg's reaction to Kanye's rant last night pic.twitter.com/85HnAnG8Rz
— Karen Civil (@KarenCivil) November 20, 2016
Snoop Lion joins a chorus of other celebrities who have shared their thoughts on West’s online behaviors, including John Legend, Samuel L. Jackson and “The View” co-host Sunny Hostin.
Meanwhile, others in 50’s comments section have been cracking up over Snoop’s remarks, while others found it petty.
“Damn, Snoop,” one person posted.
“Hahaha brutal, dawg” another said.
Another just let emojis do the talking and wrote, “😂😂🤣🤣.”
“Bullying people for different politics is low,” someone posted
“DAAAAAAM snoop….that was ya MANZ tho,” another wrote.
“Snoop Fogg hating big time these days,” someone else said.