Snoop Dogg says all Trump supporters — including Kanye West — are 'motherf***ing racist'

Snoop Dogg has harsh words for Donald Trump and Trump supporter Kanye West. (Photo: Getty Images)
Snoop Dogg has harsh words for Donald Trump and Trump supporter Kanye West. (Photo: Getty Images)

Snoop Dogg is making his stance on President Trump and his supporters — even the famous ones like Kanye West — crystal clear.

During an interview on Sirius XM’s The Feature Presentation, host DJ Suss One said that his listeners don’t like when he brings up the reality show host turned president or politics in general. Snoop shot back, “I don’t give a f***. I tell them straight up motherf***er. If you like [Trump,] you’re motherf***ing racist. F*** you and f*** him. … He drew the motherf***ing lines. Before him, there were no lines. Everybody was everybody. We respected everything. We didn’t trip. But n*****, when you drew the line and start pointing motherf***ers out and singling them out, f*** y’all then, n*****. You and them.”

And that includes his fellow rapper West, who has publicly expressed his support for Trump.

“Kanye too,” Snoop continued. “Don’t forget about him too. F*** you too. Throw him in the bag too, because he’s right with them motherf***ers.”

See Snoop’s interview here. Obviously, it’s NSFW:

This isn’t the first time Snoop went off on Trump or West — not by a long shot. Last year, his video for “Lavender” featured the mock execution of a clown dressed as Trump. The commander in chief responded by saying that Snoop’s career is failing. Snoop also blasted him in “Make America Crip Again.” In fact, it’s a pretty regular occurrence.

As for West, after Kanye praised his “brother” Trump and said they both have “dragon energy” in April, Snoop posted a photoshopped image of Kanye as a white man, saying that was the “new Kanye.”

Not long after, he told The Breakfast Club that Ye’s problems, including his support for a president who wouldn’t denounce the Ku Klux Klan and more, stemmed from having “no black women in his life. Let’s just keep that 100, that’s real. I got aunties and they’ll pull up with them big old church hats on: ‘N*****, what’s happenin’? What you on, nephew? You bulls***ing. We taught you way better than that.”

And on The View, he criticized Kanye’s comments about slavery, saying he “thought he needed some medical attention, first and foremost.” However, he added, “after I got past the laughing, I started feeling sad for him.”

Snoop’s full interview will air on Saturday at 3 p.m.

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