Snoop Dogg Criticized For DISGUSTING New Music Video Aimed At President Trump

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March 14, 2017Mar 14, 2017

Donald Trump's name has been referenced many times before, mostly in hip-hop and rap music, as a figure synonymous with wealth.

One rapper, Snoop Dogg, has taken it to an entirely new level in his explicit new music video, "Lavender."  The lyrics and content are too vulgar to repeat or show. 

The video begins by showing a family of clowns getting ready for the day. As the father clown leaves for work, viewers realize everyone in America, except for Snoop Dogg, is depicted as a clown. Snoop's lyrics begin talking about hate for police officers and encouraging violence towards officers. It then shows a "clown cop" shooting the father clown as he drives to work. 

The video continues to take a disgusting turn when it shows Snoop watching President Ronald Klump say he is going to ban all doggs on television. Klump is dressed in a likeness of President Trump and is giving his speech from the "Clown House."

Then, Snoop is seen getting ready to leave his house after grabbing a pistol. The next scene cuts to Snoop, holding a chained President Klump hostage, before pointing the gun at his head and firing. A banner emerges from the barrel with the word "bang" written on it.

The video has caused outrage for its content. Viewers were sickened by the lyrics, images and the depiction of assassinating President Trump.

Marco Rubio had big words for Snoop after he saw the video.

"Snoop shouldn't have done that ... You know, we've had presidents assassinated before in this country, so anything like that is really something that you should be very careful about," Rubio told TMZ.

"I think people can disagree ... but you've got to be very careful about that kind of thing, because the wrong person sees that and gets the wrong idea, you can have a real problem. So I'm not sure what Snoop was thinking, he should think about that a little bit," continued Rubio.

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