Snoop Dogg Reacts To Being Used In Drake’s A.I. Track

The hip-hop icon responded to “The 6 God’s” use of his and Tupac Shakur’s A.I. generated voices on “Taylor Made Freestyle.”

Snoop Dogg has given his take on being included in the "Taylor Made Freestyle."

After Drake released the song on Saturday (April 20), his second diss track targeting Kendrick Lamar, many were surprised to discover that it featured A.I.-generated voices of Snoop and Tupac.

Although never mentioning the track or A.I. specifically, except for a robot emoji, Snoop took to Instagram and responded in a way that only he could.

"They did what? When? How? Are you sure? Y'all have a good night," Snoop joked.

"Why everybody calling my phone, blowing me up? What the f*ck? What happened? What's going on? I'm going back to bed. Good night,” Snoop continued.

Using the speculation of his use of A.I. to his advantage, Snoop and Tupac’s voices on “Taylor Made Freestyle” was actually Drake’s voice.

In the song, Drake threw more shots at Lamar for not responding to his first diss track “Push Ups”, ridiculing him as a disappointment to the legacy of West Coast hip-hop.

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Drake as Snoop raps, "But still, you gotta show this f*cking owl who's boss on the West/Now's a time to really make a power move/Cause right now it's looking like you writing out the game plan on how to lose/How to bark up the wrong tree and then get your head popped in a crowded room."

The song continued, "World is watching this chess game, but are you out of moves?/Dot, you know that the D-O-G never f*cking doubted you/But right now it seem like you posted up without a clue of what the f*ck you 'bout to do."

Snoop Dogg has close ties to Lamar. Along with their connection as sons of California, they have appeared on tracks together such as “I'm Ya Dogg", “Institutionalized," and they performed together at the Super Bowl LVI halftime show.

After being lukewarm on Drake, Snoop finally came around to being a fan of the Toronto legend.

"That n***a ain't going nowhere, and what was I thinking?" Snoop said in an interview on 360 with Speedy. "But that's what we do in hip-hop. We limit until somebody goes over the limit, and that's what he did."

"He probably took all that sh*t in when he was hearing all that about, 'Yeah, [he's] only gonna be here three or four years' and was like 'Alright, bet,” Snoop continued. “Watch what I'm finna do. I'm finna f*ck these n***as up. I'm finna do some Michael Jackson sh*t.' And it's all hail to the king. You gotta give him his. He didn't ask for it, he took that sh*t."

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