Snoop Dogg says 'f*** the president' as he smokes a blunt outside the White House

Rapper's series of Instagram videos is the latest example of him trolling the POTUS

Roisin O'Connor
Music Correspondent
Friday 09 November 2018 10:21 GMT
Snoop Dogg says 'f**k the president' while smoking cannabis outside White House

Snoop Dogg is continuing his mission to irritate Donald Trump as much as possible in a new series of Instagram videos.

The rapper took a trip to the White House and shared it with his followers, commenting from his car: "There go the White House right there, huh? All them motherf***ers are Secret Service, huh? Wish I could get out and take a picture right now, but you can't park, huh."

He then said to his driver: "F*** it, let me out, n***a. Let me get a picture. Snoop Dogg, f*** the President."

From there, Snoop was filmed sitting on a bench and greeting his fans, and talking gleefully about "blowing like a Rolling Stone". As he walked away, he added a final: "F*** the President."

Snoop has an extensive history of trolling Trump, and is one of the best when it comes to provoking a reaction. In March last year he caused uproar with his video for "Lavender" featuring BADBADNOTGOOD, which showed him aiming a gun at a clown dressed like the US president, which he pulled to reveal a red flag with the word "BANG" written on it.

Snoop Dogg takes car trip to White House

The president's lawyer said he was "shocked" by the video and demanded an apology, while Trump went so far as to suggest Snoop should be arrested.

The rapper didn't seem bothered by the reaction, and in November he took aim again in a new track titled "Make America Crip Again", in an obvious twist on Trump's trademark campaign slogan.

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