Snoop Dogg Joins Other Rappers, Changes His Mind On Trump

The legendary rapper Snoop Dogg has decided to follow several other high-profile musicians by changing his mind about 45th President Donald Trump after years of criticism. 

Snoop Dogg told The Times in the United Kingdom on Sunday that he has "love and respect" for the leading Republican presidential candidate. "Donald Trump? He ain't done nothing wrong to me. He has done only great things for me," the legendary rapper said. "So I have nothing but love and respect for Donald Trump."

The famous musician, whose real name is Calvin Broadus Jr., had seemed to previously have a negative opinion of the 45th president. A 2017 music video for his song "Lavender" depicted Snoop Dogg shooting a clown dressed as Trump with a prop gun. The rapper also released a song that same year titled "Make America Crip Again," where he sang, "The president said he wants to make America great again. F*ck that s*it, we're going to make America crip again."

The sudden change of opinion is likely sparked by Trump's pardon of Michael Harris, a fact that the rapper pointed out. Harris was the co-founder of Snoop Dogg's first label, Death Row, as reported by Newsmax

Snoop Dogg isn't the only rapper who has a favorable opinion of Trump. Earlier this month, rapper Meek Mills reposted a video of Vivek Ramaswamy alongside Donald Trump at a campaign rally in New Hampshire and wrote, "Wait til yall see who the black people in poverty voting for!!!!" The rapper has also criticized President Biden, writing, "Joe Biden is too old to be our president respectfully' wtf is going on in the American system that yall pushing this through like it's okay to trust what we seeing … we talking missles [sic] … advance technology… mental and physical warfare …. That's not a lane for the older."

Another rapper by the name of Waka Flocka Flame also endorsed Trump for his 2024 presidential run, writing to his millions of followers "TRUMP2024" and posting an image of himself alongside the former president.

As Trump continues to gain popularity among the American people, it is only a matter of time before more celebrities come out in support of him. 

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  • Article Source: DC Enquirer
  • Photo: Flickr/Snoop Dogg + Getty Images
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