Snoop Dogg's New Album Encourages Gang Violence and Death of President Trump
Since its inception in 1969, the notorious Crips gang has terrorized America with their violent tactics, leaving a trail of blood in their wake. The second largest organized street gang in the country, there is a crip set in virtually every major city.
Even as estimates place over 30,000 members in the country, rapper Snoop Dogg apparently thinks there needs to be more of this garbage.
On Wednesday, the 46-year-old "entertainer" faced backlash after posting the cover of his Make America Crip Again album on social media before quickly removing it:
What kind of person considers this "just good music" exactly? What sort of person, upon hearing 'Make America Great Again' would immediately interpret it as "separation and segregation" and instead opt for gang violence and destruction as a better alternative?
Well, a Democrat of course.
Despite such obvious devotion to the party of 'tolerance' and 'equality,' Snoop Dogg hasn't exactly made any attempt to actually improve his beloved country. Instead, he suggests we spiral even further into chaos via gang culture.
The album's title track features lyrical gems like "The president said he wants to make America great again. F--- that s---, we gon’ make America crip again."
Earlier this year, Snoop Dogg caught the eye of the Secret Service when he released a music video depicting himself shooting a clown dressed as President Trump in the head with a toy gun. It seems the rapper is stubbornly determined to incite the murder of the 45th President and will stop at nothing to see a country inundated with the gang violence he loves so much.
Ironically enough, even the gang members venerated by the aging 'musician' don't seem to like him much.
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