Snoop Dogg Issued THIS Sick Threat for Trump’s Inauguration – His Career Should Be OVER!

Snoop Dogg, a nearly washed-up rapper, just issued what should be a career-ending threat against the president-elect of the United States’ inauguration.

The rapper has threatened any American who dares to perform at Donald Trump’s inauguration. That’s right—if a singer wants to behave like a patriot or show support for the man they feel deserved to win the presidential race, an individual who goes by the name of Snoop Dogg feels morally superior enough to call them out over it.

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“So ain’t nobody gonna perform for Donald Trump, huh?” Snoop Dogg said in an anti-Trump video posted to Instagram. “Which one of you jiggaboo a** n**gas gonna be the first one to do it?”

The rapper went on to threaten further, saying:  “I’m waiting, I’m gonna roast the f**k out of you.”

Snoop Dogg continued his anti-Trump rant by calling any black singer who decides to sing during the inauguration ceremony an “Uncle Tom.” He dared anyone who is up to the challenge of his wrath to quickly step forward.

How have such dramatic threats and racial epithets not caught the attention of the mainstream media? Once again, they are hiding a story from We the People in an attempt to continue to push their overwhelming liberal bias on the nation.

According to a BET report, Snoop Dogg mentioned joining his fellow rapper, Drake, and becoming a Canadian citizen. Drake hails from Toronto.

“My new home,” Snoop captioned in an Instagram photo that seems to be actually Drake’s home. His caption below the image certainly should not be read out loud in the presence of children.

“I need the hookup on some property. Nephew, f**k this sh** I’m going to the six,” Snoop Dogg wrote beneath the Instagram photo. “The six” is slang for Toronto and some surrounding areas.

Snoop Dogg’s real name is Cordozar Calvin Broadus, Jr. He has been to prison, and he has been in trouble with the law most of his life.

In August 1993, Broadus was charged for being an accomplice to the murder of Phillip Woldermarian but was found not guilty of all charges, with the exception of voluntary manslaughter, on which the jury was deadlocked. His other arrests were for drugs, illegal gun possession, and a charge involving topless underage girls in a music video.

Gone on ahead, Dogg, America will not miss you or the nasty “lyrics” to your rap “songs” the least little bit.

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