Instead of focusing on more pressing issues, Donald Trump is busy trying to bully NFL players into standing for the national anthem. And in true Donnie fashion, the president unleashed a Twitter campaign earlier this week (Nov. 19), to get Oakland Raiders player Marshawn Lynch suspended from the team if he continues to refuse to sit for the anthem. Well, Snoop Dogg is fed up with Trump’s shenanigans and posted a video on Instagram on Nov. 20 bashing the commander-in-chief.
Trump initially got people’s blood boiling when he attacked Lynch on Twitter. "Marshawn Lynch of the NFL's Oakland Raiders stands for the Mexican Anthem and sits down to boos for our National Anthem. Great Disrespect! Next time NFL should suspend him for remainder of season. Attendance and ratings way down," he tweeted.
POTUS may have started it, but Snoop definitely ended it. He fired back in a video, stating, "F**k Donald Trump, b***h... F**k you." The Neva Left artist continued by showing his support for Marshawn, who stood for the Mexican national anthem instead of the American version. "They should suspend your dumba**, motherf**ker. F**k, all the goofy s**t you do everyday. When you gonna get suspended, motherf**ker? F**k you, I'm with Marshawn Lynch, n***a. Stand up for the Mexican motherf**king national anthem. We f**k with Mexicans, n***a. They the homies,” he added.
He wasn’t done there, though. Snoop also expressed his feelings about the ongoing battle between LaVar Ball and Trump. He commended the basketball dad for not thanking Trump after he allegedly helped get his son, LiAngelo Ball, and other UCLA players out of a Chinese jail due to theft charges. "F**k you, b**ch. F**k you, Donald Trump and everything you stand for," said Snoop. "Lavar Ball, good lookin' out. I wouldn't have thanked that motherf**ker either. F**k you! Should have left him in jail? What kinda n***a is you, man? Garbage! America, ya should be ashamed of yourselves to call this piece of s**t y'all president. He ain't mine. F**k him!"
Watch the full video below.
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