Snoop Dogg Lays Into Kanye West Over 'MAGA' Instagram Post
It would seem that the world of rap is a pretty brutal place to be right now. You've got Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly sending diss tracks all over the show and now Snoop Dogg and Kanye - or should we say Ye - are at it. Grow up, guys.
But as Slim Shady and MGK were rowing about MGK calling Em's daughter 'hot as fuck' - Snoop and Kanye's beef is more politically focussed.
So, here's the breakdown - Yeezy has made it pretty clear that he's in total support of US President Donald Trump - something which Snoop Dogg, or Snoop Lion, doesn't agree with.
*Side note - why can't these guys just pick a name and stick to it?
Anyway, yesterday Kanye posted a picture to Instagram showing him sat on what looks like a private jet (assumption) wearing a red cap which bears the slogan: "Make America Great Again".
View this post on Instagramthis represents good and America becoming whole again. We will no longer outsource to other countries. We build factories here in America and create jobs. We will provide jobs for all who are free from prisons as we abolish the 13th amendment. Message sent with love
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DJ Pooh, an American producer, posted the picture of Ye with the mocking caption: "MAGA - Music Ain't Getting Attention" before Snoop jumped on the acronym bandwagon saying: "Make ya music great again n***a."
Snoop also added: "Uncle Tom Ass n***a."
It seems all has been forgiven and forgotten, though:
View this post on InstagramForgiveness is everything :muscle::star2::sparkles::point_up:
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But count on this not being the last time Snoop Dogg and Kanye will have a difference of opinion because back in May Snoop Dogg shared a Photoshopped image of Kanye after those controversial comments on slavery.
Posting the doctored photo of the whitewashed rapper to Instagram, the caption read: "The new Kanye well all white now way to go dude."
A few hours later 50 Cent got in on it, too, sharing the same image with the caption: "Slavery was a choice, get the strap. #power #theoath."
Kanye has since tweeted: "I can still feel the love."
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/kanyewest/PA