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​Snoop Dogg Shares Photoshopped Image Of New 'All White' Kanye

Jess Hardiman

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​Snoop Dogg Shares Photoshopped Image Of New 'All White' Kanye

Snoop Dogg has responded to Kanye West's recent controversial comments on slavery with a Photoshopped image captioned the new 'all white' Kanye.

Posting the doctored photo of the whitewashed rapper to Instagram, the caption read: "The new Kanye well all white now way to go dude".

Credit: Instagram/Snoop Dogg
Credit: Instagram/Snoop Dogg

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".


The controversial comments that have Snoop and Fiddy rattled took place during an interview with TMZ, when Kanye discussed the recent Trump debacle before moving onto the topic of slavery - and not even tentatively.

"When you hear about slavery for 400 years - for 400 years?" Kanye said. "That sounds like a choice.

"You was there for 400 years and it's all of y'all. It's like we're mentally in prison.

"I like the word 'prison' because 'slavery' goes too direct to the idea of blacks. Slavery is to blacks as the Holocaust is to Jews. Prison is something that unites as one race, blacks and whites, that we're the human race."

Later footage also shows Kanye ranting at TMZ's Van Lathan across the set.

"Do you feel that I'm being free and I'm thinking free?" he yells.

"I actually don't think you're thinking anything," Lathan replies, before launching into his own speech about 'real life consequences' to Kanye.

Kanye then followed up his strange tirade with a series of tweets - most of which have since been deleted. The only ones that remain are still fairly cryptic...

A little later in the day he then posted, simply: "Most fear is learned."

Fiddy's Instagram post has also since been deleted - judging from this photo, though, it sounds like that was because his was reported, or he was forced to take it down.

Well, in these uncertain times, at least you can always rely on rappers having beef with each other, eh?

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Snoop Dogg, Kanye West, Celebrity, Music, 50 Cent

Jess Hardiman
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