Snoop Doggy Dogg shoots "Trump" clown in a music video

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  1. Stevennix2001 profile image87
    Stevennix2001posted 20 months ago

    According to various news channels like CNN, Fox news and etc, it seems infamous gangster rapper, Snoop Doggy Dogg, is causing even MORE controversy these days, as he made a music video, where he shot a clown that looked exactly like Donald Trump.

    Here's the link to the music video if you all want to see it for yourselves.  There's a lot of adult language in it, so you might not want to watch it if you have virgin ears, or you have other kids present around you. 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4i3bAtEuJE

    Assuming you saw the video, or at the very least know about it, what do you think?  Is this just an example of a rapper utilizing his right to free speech through his music?  Or do you think this is something he should be ashamed of and have to apologize to Trump for?  Please discuss.

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      ahorsebackposted 20 months agoin reply to this

      Sadly , This has far less to do with Trump and the two faces of free speech .   This is the evolution of  the future of Politically Correct- Free Speech .  Face it or  deny it   you will  , If that were Obama in the gun sights  we would be involved in a civil war right now ! Liberal heads would explode ,But Trump ,on the other hand , is perfectly dispensable in the minds of liberal arts and liberal political minds .The Secret Service  just announced they are "looking into this "  while Snoop -Dog Shyte  , on the other hand  is sucking  pond water trying to stay financially afloat anyway ., Trump can handle the future - Snoop  won't.

      1. Stevennix2001 profile image87
        Stevennix2001posted 20 months agoin reply to this

        I can't believe I'm saying this, but I think you have a point.  If this had been a clown O'Bama, then there would've caused severe outrage from people.  But with Trump?  It's like we're supposed to think this is OK.  As you know, I am NOT a Donald Trump supporter in the slightest, as I wanted Bernie Sanders to win.  Let's get that straight right now, and even though i am skeptical about Trump's ability to act as the POTUS, I am willing to give him a chance by taking a "let's wait and see" approach, when it comes to judging Donald Trump as our commander and chief.

        However, I will say this much.  When the controversial "Interview" film came out, which mocked Kim Jong Un, I even stated in my review that it was mostly done in poor taste, as I even said that the film had no reason to be made; in spite of how much I thought it was funny.  It was obvious from the get go that the film was solely made to make fun of the guy, and nothing more.  Having said all of that though, I would still argue with ANYONE to the death on how it's still Sony's right to produce the film to begin with.  Granted, I personally didn't agree with the concept of the film, but it's still free speech, and I would defend Sony's right to make "The Interview" with anyone.

        But this?  I'm sorry, but this is beyond disrespectful.  Trump hasn't even been in office for a year yet, but we're supposed to accept a music video of Snoop Dogg shooting a clown trump in the face?  Don't get me wrong.  I love a good political satire as much as the next guy, but this is taking things way too far.  Snoop Dogg had over a million ways to convey his disgust with having Trump as our president, in this music video, yet he chose this route? 

        Honestly, I think Snoop Dogg is an idiot, and he never should've made this video at all.  Seriously, if you're going to take jabs at Trump, then try to be more tactful about it.  Don't do this crap because it's not just disrespectful, but you're desensitizing younger generations to the idea of our president being shot.  I don't give a damn how much of a Trump hater you are, you can't tell me that making a music video about him getting shot is in anyway justified.  It's not, and Snoop should know better....

  2. cheaptrick profile image73
    cheaptrickposted 20 months ago

    The guys name is Snoop Dogg!That pretty much says it All!He did get what he wanted though;he got noticed and that's as deep as his mind is capable of going...and btw,I cant stand Trump either...

    1. Stevennix2001 profile image87
      Stevennix2001posted 20 months agoin reply to this

      +1

 
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