"There's no black women in his life. Let's just keep that 100, that's real. I got aunties and they'll pull up with them big old church hats on: 'N-gga, what's happenin'? What you on, nephew? You bullsh-tting. We taught you way better than that,'" said Snoop.
The D-O-Double-G continued, "It got to a point where it was funny then it got sad." Snoop then showed sympathy for Kanye likely not properly healing from the loss of his mother.
The Joker's Wild host presented advice for the people in West's life. He also offered a playful recommendation for another rap star who's romantically connected to a member of the Kardashian-Jenner family.
"Maybe the women around should look into getting [Kanye] some help from some women that's stronger than them," suggested Snoop. "I think they need to break that wall over there because if you look at the people that went into that house with their mind straight - let's go to Lamar Odom, let's go to Kanye West, let's go to Rob Kardashian. But the women on point."
When asked if people should be concerned about Kylie Jenner's boyfriend Travis Scott, Snoop replied, "Y'all better get that cup of tea away from that n-gga. Travis, if you're listening, get out now, n-gga."
Snoop Dogg's sit down with Power 105.1 also featured him discussing his #1 Gospel album Bible of Love, the present state of Hip Hop, Tupac Shakur, The Joke'rs Wild show, and a lot more.