Snoop Dogg Has a Warning Message for Whoever Performs at Donald Trump’s Inauguration

LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 24:  Hip-hop artist Snoop Dogg attends the first All Def Movie Awards at Lure Nightclub on February 24, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Michael Tullberg/Getty Images)

Snoop Dogg Has a Warning Message for Whoever Performs at Donald Trump’s Inauguration

He'll be waiting for you.

Published January 11, 2017

It would normally make sense that any Hollywood crooner would jump at the opportunity to perform at the inauguration for the president of the United States. Unless it just so happens to be for Donald Trump, that is.

But for anyone still interested in taking the honor of doing so, Snoop Dogg will spare no mercy in a public roasting.

In a video posted to his Instagram, Snoop declared that any “jiggaboo” preparing to sing for Trump’s inauguration would personally have to deal with him afterward.

“So ain’t nobody gonna perform for Donald Trump, huh?” he begins. “Which one of you jiggaboo a** n**gas gonna be the first one to do it? I’m waiting, I’m gonna roast the f**k out of you.”

He goes on to describe the not-yet-determined singer as an “Uncle Tom,” should the individual stepping up to the mic be Black, of course, as he asks whoever is up for the challenge to come forward.

The Coolaid rapper's thoughts on the matter are not unusual though, considering his devout contempt and harsh rhetoric for Trump. He even elbowed Drake and his hometown of Toronto for citizenship following the news of Trump’s presidential win.

“My new home,” Snoop captioned the Instagram photo. Tagging Drake, he showcases a photo of Champagne Papi’s home turf as it sits beautifully lit under a cloudy, ombre-colored sky. “I need the hookup on some property. Nephew, f**k this sh** I'm going to the six.”

Well, we’re happy to see Snoop decided to ride it out with us anyway.

Watch his heed to Trump’s inauguration ceremony singer below.

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Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Michael Tullberg/Getty Images)


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