In some reality-warping parallel universe (obviously), 18-year-old Instagram sensation Woah Vicky thought it would be a good idea to tote guns and send shots at West Coast hip-hop icon Snoop Dogg in a video with her friends.
Her clout-chasing plans quickly backfired, though, after The Blast reported that the police were investigating the threats and statements made in the video, which quickly prompted an apology from her. While Uncle Snoop is remaining understandably unbothered by her shenanigans, he’s not letting all of it slide without a few choice words for her first.
Relaxing in his usual cool, calm collected element, Snoop recorded the responsive video as he laid back in front of the television in swaggy NormaTec sweatpants and a protein shake. Uncle Snoop reminded that his busy schedule doesn’t allot time for the pettiness, and certainly not from the likes of a Woah Vicky. He had a little time to pencil in for her that day, though.
“You funky, dog-haired, white b**ch,” he said. “I can’t believe you said something about me. I’m gonna leave it alone, though, because you don’t know no better. And them goofball n**gas you got with you, they don’t know no better either.”
There’s more significance to the post-gym video than you probably realize too, as he joked that he’s been heavy in the gym so he can “f**k one of them up on site,” he continued. “No, I’m just playing. [laughs.] What has hip-hop come to?”
Snoop then redirected some positive energy to entertainment wunderkind and “This Is America” artist Childish Gambino and North Carolina rap icon J. Cole.
“Today is Thursday,” he said. “I’m taking out the trash, punk b**ch. Catch me outside, hoe.”
Let’s call that one a lesson learned for the 18-year-old.
Catch a word from Uncle Snoop in the video below.
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