The clip features Snoop, West and producer Dr. Dre, who’s currently working on his own version of Kanye’s last album, “Jesus Is King.” While Dre escaped criticism, Snoop was immediately called out, as he’s previously taken West to task for his support of the current commander-in-chief.
“F–k snoop dogg. He’s the biggest hypocrite,” wrote one disappointed fan. “He was talking all bad about Kanye when he was wearing MAGA hats now he’s in the Stu with him? Lame as hell.”
Another critic added, “Uncle Snoop izza Hypocrite. He’s going against his words now. I thought he hated Ye.”
“Ya remember when snoop dogg was talking hella s–t bout Kanye, now he in the studio looking like a groupie? Clown,” wrote another.
In a 2018 interview with Sirius XM’s DJ Suss One, the California native deemed anyone supporting Trump racist, dropping several F-bombs aimed at MAGA followers, including West.
“If you like that n–a, you’re motherf–king racist. F–k you and f–k him…Kanye too, n–a, don’t forget about him too, f–k you too! Throw him in the bag ‘cuz he right with them motherf–kers.”
In a separate 2018 interview with 97.9 The Box, Snoop was quick to say he never “hated” Kanye, but felt the Grammy winner was being “brainwashed” and “used.”
“It’s not me being mad at him, it’s me being mad at the system for using him, and he not having the smart people around him to see that.”