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Snoop Dogg has had no hesitation in being open with his hatred for Donald Trump for some time now.
After all, he was one of the performers who took part in Comedy Central's Roast of 'The Donald' way back in 2011 when Trump was considering running in the 2012 presidential election.
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Even then, Snoop pulled no punches, saying that it wouldn't be the first time that the billionaire had 'pushed a black family out of their home'. Ouch.
However, the rapper's been taking the beef a step further since Trump actually entered the White House, to the point where he has now imagined Trump laid out. On a morgue table.
On Wednesday Snoop posted a photo on Instagram which sees him standing next to a dead man with a 'Trump' tag on his toe.
The image appears to be the final cover to Snoop's upcoming album, Make American Crip Again.
As you will expect, the picture caused some controversy among Snoop's Instagram followers, with some warning the rapper that his action might have consequences.
"Expect that phone call from big brother," one said. "I don't support trump. Doesn't mean I want him dead," said another.
Of course, there were plenty of people who supported Snoop, with one commenter saying: "Say what you will Right Wing Nuts... but that's gangsta!!"
Rap aficinados out there will spot that Snoop's photo bears an uncanny similarity to another iconic record of rap past.
The rapper's album cover looks like a carbon copy of the classic Ice Cube album 1991's Death Certificate.
This isn't the first time this year that Snoop Dogg has threatened Trump with more than just some stern words.
Earlier this year in the video for the song 'Lavender', Snoop was seen aiming a gun to a caricature of Donald Trump's head.
The video showed a clown-like Trump apparently facing a gang-style execution before the gun Snoop is holding is revealed to be fake.
At the time, Snoop said he did so because 'nobody's dealing with the real issue with this fucking clown as a president'.
He didn't mind catching the flak for what some deemed to be an inflammatory act then, so why would we imagine that Snoop would be at all bothered when trolling people now?
The simple answer is that he won't. Because he's Snoop Dogg, is the answer.
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