After the rest of the hip-hop world threw in its two cents on Kanye West’s mysterious and yet-to-be-explained adoration for Donald Trump, social media’s favorite cutup 50 Cent had to get in on this one.
But this time, West Coast rap icon Snoop Dogg, who previously shared sentiments on the matter, took Fif’s trolling DonYe bromance magazine cover as another opportunity to share much choosier words for the Chicago emcee.
50 Cent posted a meme to his Instagram featuring a Photoshopped Vogue magazine cover with Yeezy.
The original cover is a romantic picture from Kanye and Kim Kardashian’s 2014 shoot in which she wears a graceful, white gown and her wedding ring with ‘Ye’s arms wrapped around her waist from behind. Yeezy also gazes lovingly into Kim’s face, but in the meme’s version, it’s Trump’s face that’s Photoshopped in place of hers. The title of the magazine is also swapped from the signature, bold Vogue lettering to “TRUMP.”
When the doctored photo popped up on Snoop’s timeline, courtesy of Fif’s reposting, he snatched ‘Ye’s Black card with the swiftness.
“Them b**ch a** n**gaz deserve each other,” he wrote. “Get Out the movie is really starring Kanye West as Uncle Tom and potus as massa.”
With such sharp sentiments, it’s safe to say that Uncle Snoop probably won’t be doing any reaching out to help bring ‘Ye back to his senses. That’s unlike R&B-soul singer John Legend, who recently attempted to pull Yeezy out of the sunken place with a personal text message. Unfortunately, his efforts succeeded to no avail.
We guess you really can’t tell ‘Ye nothing.
See Snoop’s thoughts for the “Can’t Tell Me Nothing” emcee in the post below.
(Photos from left: John Parra/GC Images, Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for BET)
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