“I don’t give a f**k. If you like that ni##a, you mother*^%$in’ racist, fu** you and fu** him. Now what? Draw the line, n*^ga,” Snoop Dogg told DJ Suss One in an interview on SiriusXM.
“He drew the lines. He drew the mother$%^ing lines. Before him, there were no lines,” the rapper continued, insinuating that racial divisions started with President Trump.
“Everybody was everybody, we respected everything, we didn’t trip, but n^%ga, when you drew the line, n!^a, start pointing motherf*^$rs out…ni**a, f**k Y’all then, n^*ga,” he continued.
Rapper Snoop Dog during an interview, Wednesday, vented his spleen against President Donald Trump and his supporters saying that if you like Trump, “you motherf-^$in racist.”
The 46-year-old rapper also went after Kanye West, who has voiced support for President Trump.
“You and them. Kanye too, n**ga. Don’t forget about him, too, f^^k you, too,” he said.
This isn’t the first time he lashed out at Kanye West. In May, he posted a photo of West edited to make him look white.
Snoop Dogg has also lashed out at Trump before. Last year, the California rapper starred in a music video where he “shot” a clown version of Trump. He also expressed a desire to move to Canada following Trump winning the 2016 election, an idea he has seemingly not followed through on.