Watch Snoop Dogg Smoke A Blunt In Front Of The White House
Snoop just did what we all wish we could.
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Snoop Dogg has never been shy about speaking his mind, and he’s made that clear once again in a spree of recent Instagram posts criticizing President Donald Trump.
Last week, the rapper and entrepreneur made a stop in Washington, D.C. as part of a tour for a musical he’s starring in titled Redemption of a Dogg. Despite his busy schedule, Snoop managed to find some downtime to visit the White House.
A series of videos on Snoop Dogg’s Instagram document the journey from his hotel room to the White House, and back to his room. The first video post shows Snoop in selfie mode, asking his 28 million Instagram followers if he should make his way to the president’s residence.
“What up party people? I just got the urge to go to the White House, and not only go to the White House but do some gangsta shit. What would a Dogg do? Pee on a tree? Shit on a lawn? Perhaps smoke a blunt. Should I do it?”
Snoop Dogg also adds that he’ll only make his way to the White House if the post gets 20,000 likes in three minutes. Of course, that happened in no time.
The next video shows the rapper making his way to the White House.
The one after shows Snoop sitting on a bench in Lafayette Park, having a heartwarming conversation with a man passing by and meeting some fans who approach him for a photograph.
Following the interactions with people passing by, the next post shows Snoop, walking around with a lit blunt, taking a seat, and saying “F*ck the President.”
The series of videos end in Snoop Dogg’s hotel room, where the rapper continues doing what he does best: smoking up and hanging out.
These posts aren’t the first instance where Snoop’s expressed his dismay for the President. Esquire points out that the President and Snoop Dogg have had a back-and-forth feud on Twitter concerning Snoop Dogg’s music video for ‘Lavender.’ The music video caused uproar due to the depiction of Snoop shooting a Trump-impersonator wearing clown makeup.
It’s certainly been an ambitious year for Snoop Dogg otherwise, though every year usually is for him. The rapper released a cookbook with Martha Stewart, starred in a musical based on his life, and was recently added to the Hollywood Walk of Fame.