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Snoop Dogg Album Cover Shows Rapper Standing Over Corpse of President Trump

Subtle, it ain’t.

Hip Hop artist, Snoop Dogg, or Snoop Lion, or Snoop Jackass, or whatever name he might be going with this week, released a new album called Make America Crip Again.

The cover features the rapper standing over a body draped in an American flag with a toe-tag that reads, “Trump.”

Hmm … What could possibly be the message here?

Much like the Secret Service paid a nice hours-long visit to the home of faux comedienne, Kathy Griffin, they might want to head over to Snoop’s crib and have a little chat.

The new artwork follows a pattern of anger escalating toward depicted violence against the President for Mr. Dogg.

In a video for “Lavender,” Snoop is depicted firing a gun at a clown version of President Trump. He said at the time that the mock assassination was done because “nobody’s dealing with the real issue with this f****** clown as a president.”

 

It seems clear that the 1 percenter has some anger issues. Being a rich, spoiled, gangster wannabe with the real name of Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr., can do that to you.

So what is it about Trump that has the D-O-Double-G in a tizzy? We’ll let the rapper explain in his own words …

“The ban that this [expletive] tried to put up; him winning the presidency; police being able to kill [expletive] and get away with it; people being in jail for weed for 20, 30 years and [expletive] that’s not black on the streets making money off of it — but if you got color or ethnicity connected to your name, you’ve been wrongfully accused or locked up for it, and then you watching people not of color position themselves to get millions and billions off of it,” he said.

Of course, if anyone knows about being locked up – rightfully accused – it’s Calvin.

In 1993, Calvin was arrested and later acquitted in the death of a rival gang member who was shot by one of his bodyguards.  He was driving the vehicle that started the drive-by shooting.

In 1997, Calvin pled guilty to possession of a handgun.

And in 2006, Calvin was arrested a second time for possession of a firearm after taping an appearance on the Tonight Show.

Now, a guy with a history of gun crimes should probably be investigated for a threat against the President before he literally tries to ‘make America crip again,’ don’t you think?

Should Snoop Dogg be investigated for a threat against the President? Share your thoughts below!

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