“Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party” co-star and rapper Snoop Dog, posted a video where he taunts artists who are going to perform on Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Calling them “Uncle Tom-assed n****s” he asked: “So ain’t nobody going to perform for Donald Trump, huh? Which one of you jigaboo-ass n****s gonna be the first one to do it? Wait, I’m going to roast the f*** out of one of you Uncle Tom-assed n****s for doing it.”
“Which one of you n****s gonna do it first?” he asks, and then answers in an insulting tone: “I’sa bees the one that performs for him, sir.”
Grammy-winning star Jennifer Holliday, who is also black, has already canceled the performance at the ceremony, saying her decision to perform was a “lapse in judgement.”
The Marching Tornados of the oldest black College in Alabama, reacted aggressively after they found out that their school’s president accepted the invitation to perform at the inaugural parade.
“They’ve said that I have shamed the college by making this decision, and I’ve had folks say that I’m a disgrace to my African-America race,” said Billy Hawkins, the Talladega College President.
“It’s been pretty nasty.”
California rapper also criticized Same Moore from the R&B duo Sam & Dave, who is expected to perform this Friday at the “Make America Great Again! Welcome Celebration.”
“I am not going to let them, the left side, intimidate me from doing what I feel is the right thing to do for the country and that [presidential] seal,” said Moore, referring to a potential reaction for performing at the event.
Snoop Dog was always left-oriented, so there is no doubt he was calling Trump a “reckless mother*cker” who doesn’t deserve to be anywhere near the Oval Office.
He posted a photo on Instagram of Canadian National Tower calling it “my new home,” after he learnt on Election Night that Donald Trump was the new President. Since then the video has been removed from YouTube.