Snoop Dogg on Trump: 'Don't Vote for that Ni**a, Please Don't'

By Michael W. Chapman | January 7, 2019 | 10:50am EST
Rapper and TV personality
Snoop Dogg. (Getty Images)

WARNING: Some of the language in this story is vulgar

Rapper and TV personality Snoop Dogg (Calvin Broadus Jr.) posted a message on Instagram on Jan. 6 in which he urged the federal workers on furlough because of the government shutdown to not support President Donald Trump, specifically stating, "don't vote for that ni**a, please don't." (Asteriks added.

"This punk mother f**ker [Trump] don't care -- when the sh*t get back on and y'all get y'all jobs back and it's time to vote, don't vote for that ni**a," said Dogg.  "Please don't. Look what he do. He just don't give a f**k."

President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump, and Vice President Mike Pence. (Getty Images)

"Y'all honest, blue-collar, hard-working people and suffering," said the rapper. "So if he don't care about y'all, he really don't give a f**k about us. So f**k him too, and f**k everybody down with Donald Trump. I said it. Snoop Dogg said, 'fuck him.'"

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Snoop Dogg, 47, has produced numerous rap albums and appeared in many TV programs and movies, including Training Day, Old School, The Simpsons, and Trailer Park Boys

Snoop Dogg has won an American Music Award, a BET Award, and an MTV Movie Award. He has an estimated net worth of $135 million

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