(AllHipHop News) Snoop Dogg has been on a media run lately to promote his TBS series The Joker's Wild. Last week, he stopped by The Breakfast Club and was asked about the Kanye West-Donald Trump fiasco.
The West Coaster then made an appearance on The View this week. Again, Snoop was asked about Ye and his widely condemned comments that slavery in America was a choice.
"I thought he needed some medical attention. But then after I got passed the laughing, I started feeling sad for him," stated Snoop. "He truly misses his mother. He truly misses a black woman in his life. He truly misses the stability of having someone telling him when he’s wrong and correcting him and checking him as opposed to allowing him to continue doing what he’s doing."
While his Breakfast Club conversation had a more humorous tone, Snoop addressed Kanye seriously on The View. He said, "That, to me, is someone who needs help. To me, he’s crying out for help. Instead of me bashing him, we're trying to help him now."