Snoop Dogg Stands Over Trump Corpse Covered in U.S. Flag

Once upon a time Snoop Dogg was a top-selling rapper. Now he does other things for attention. For instance he has a cable show with Martha Stewart called “Marth and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party.” And this: Snoop Dogg stands over a Trump corpse which is draped in a U.S. flag.

So Snoop Dogg used the Kathy Griffin blueprint. He’s an entertainer who is past his prime so it’s time to do something crazy to get people to talk about you.

Snoop Dogg Stands Over Trump Corpse Covered in U.S. Flag

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The photo was a tease for Snoop’s new album “Make America Crip Again.” The dead body of President Trump is not subtle at all, is it?

Ice Cube used the same type of cover for his 1991 album “Death Certificate.” Except instead of Trump on the toe tag it said “Uncle Sam.” Even though rappers are able to become rich and famous in America they still apparently hate America.

Per Daily Wire:

It’s the second time Dogg has parodied Trump’s death. In March, in the final scene of his music video for “Lavender,” the rapper takes out a fake gun and pretends to assassination a clown-like Trump character with painted orange face.

The message was clear from the musician as he spoke to Billboard about his thoughts on the president, the Daily Mail wrote.

“I feel like it’s a lot of people making cool records, having fun, partying, but nobody’s dealing with the real issue with this f*cking clown as president, and the sh*t that we dealing with out here, so I wanted to take time out to push pause on a party record and make one of these records for the time being.

“Making a song that was not controversial but real – real to the voice of the people who don’t have a voice. It’s not like [co-director Jesse Wellens] told me to make a record to express what I’m expressing on the song, but there were certain things that he said that brought that feeling, to make me want to express that when I was writing.”

It’s pretty evident that Snoop’s career is running on fumes, so he figured his best option was to play to the people who suffer from the Trump Derangement Syndrome.

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