Snoop Dogg, who collaborated with the late rapper on 1996's "2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted," will be inducting the late icon into rock's most exclusive club.
President Trump tweeted that Snoop Dogg’s career was failing and low-key threatened him with jail, ostensibly after being informed of the rapper's new video "Lavender," which shows the West Coast rapper aiming a gun at a clown named "Ronald Klump." Snoop didn't have much to say in response.
Sherri Shepherd was in attendance and revealed that a fight broke out between Snoop Dogg, his crew, and another person attending the funeral.
Ken Bone, who attained semi-celebrity status after the second debate, claimed on an “Ask Me Anything” Reddit thread that Trayvon Martin’s shooting death “was justified."
The West Coast rapper – best known for his debut album Doggystyle and for smoking weed in public – urged viewers not to support projects in which Black people are mistreated, courtesy of a profanity-laced Instagram video.
Roland Martin talks about Snoop Dogg‘s boycott on the Will Packer produced remake of Roots. “Slavery happened. Slavery is real and too many Americans want to deny what happened in this country. Snoop Dogg says they shouldn’t be making these kinds of movies. I went on IMDB and Snoop has 85 television and movie credits. You […]
President Obama was able to mobilize youth voters of color in unprecedented numbers through hip-hop and other venues. Can the 2016 presidential candidates do the same?
So this happened. A Texas Department of Public Safety trooper is in hot water after posing for a photo with rapper Snoop Dogg, the Dallas…
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