(AllHipHop News) Before Donald Trump became one of the least popular modern American presidents and accused of being a white supremacist, the host of The Apprentice was often seen partying with Hip Hop artists. Snoop Dogg even took part in Comedy Central's roast of Trump in 2011.
The D-O-Double-G went from cracking jokes about The Donald on TV to feuding with the POTUS on the internet. The beef began when Snoop was seen pointing a toy gun at a Trump lookalike in BADBADNOTGOOD's “Lavender” music video.
Trump fired back on Twitter. He posted, "Can you imagine what the outcry would be if [Snoop Dogg], failing career and all, had aimed and fired the gun at President Obama? Jail time!”
Snoop Dogg has not stopped expressing his issues with the current occupant of the White House. However, the rap legend told DJ Whoo Kid that someone connected to the Trump Administration did contact him after the “Lavender” vid went viral.
"They tried to come holler at me once upon a time when I made that little video where I popped him in the video," said Snoop. "They were like, 'You can't do that.' I went, "All right, I won't do it again.'"