NEW YORK (AP) — Snoop Dogg aims a toy gun at a clown dressed as Republican President Donald Trump in a new music video featuring a population of clowns.

The video was posted Sunday. In it Snoop Dogg shoots at Trump a gun that releases the word “bang.”

The music video also shows a TV airing a news conference with the headline “Ronald Klump wants to deport all doggs,” airing live from “The Clown House.”


Most of the people in the video are dressed as clowns aside from Snoop Dogg.

Actor-comedian Michael Rapaport stars in the clip. He’s pulled over and shot by a police officer, which is filmed by an onlooker.

The video is for a remixed version of the song “Lavender,” by Canadian group BADBADNOTGOOD featuring Snoop Dogg and Kaytranada.

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21 thoughts on “Snoop Dogg Aims Gun At Clown Dressed As Trump In New Video

    • Would you say the same thing if a cop made a video of himself pointing a gun at your son’s head? Drinking that Stupid Juice. Keeps your from thinking before you post.

  1. If people can hang fake Obamas on trees at Halloween he can aim a gun at a fake Trump…no difference.. Stop whining when you do the same thing…

    • Sarah Lee on said:

      2 wrongs don’t make a right. Let’s GROW UP! Let’s have some respect for ourselves. We have 4 years, so just deal with it!!!

      • Gail Scott on said:

        Two wrongs don’t make what was done right however the way this country talked about President and direspeted his family you think its wrong what Snoop did. Karma is real and most times it doesn’t come back the way you put it out there. The Bible states that yoy should do unto others as you would have them do to you. Trump have angered many people including people in his own party.

    • If that is the only thing you take away from this old ass weed head’s ignorant actions, then I would ask you to sit down, take a breath and think about the ramifications of the kind of effects this kind of stupidness can have on young people who actually have no better sense than to look up to this goon as a role model. Childish ass tit for tat. You are over the age of twelve I presume?

  2. Sarah Lee on said:

    Snoop needs to have several seats. How can you have an article out saying you want to address all the gun violence but yet he’s promoting it in his video. “Sit down snoop you’ve made you’re money, didn’t you get the AARP notification in the mail?”

  3. Sho Nuff on said:

    We would be in an uproar if someone had done this to #44.

    Snoop went too far. Man up and let’s move on to the next!

  4. I don’t think that it should be taken so seriously??? The current prez has been “expressing himself” openly for quite some time now. At what point did this freedom of expression become only limited to a POTUS??? The presidency is a political appointment created by and for mortal beings. It doesn’t make the person sacred, untouchable, or unaccountable… Instead of limiting yourself to the visuals, maybe try actually listen to the words and feelings and try to allow yourself understand his point of view??? Isn’t that something that we all want: to be understood??? Does understanding make one a liberal or a conservative???

  5. He went to far. I would not like or did not like the disrespect President Obama received and I think Snoop could have expressed himself without violence. Two wrongs don’t make a right. Trump is a clown but no one deserves to be assassinated.

    • Yes he has rights. But this kind of shiggidy is what makes me so sad about the examples of men our young men and boys are growing up with today. We simply have to do better. During Black History Month, we proudly watch young men and women compete in the oratorical contests inspired by Dr. King, and we feel pride and have hope that the negative influences aren’t poisoning all our young generation. And then, we see an old weed head, who, like or not has some level of influence over both old and young people in our society, advocating violence. Gun violence. Mr. Dogg has rights for sure. But just because you can do something, doesn’t mean you should. As a man who has children, he should be very ashamed of the legacy he has chosen to leave. This just another example of a black person not giving a damn about future generations of young blacks. Especially young black men. Just sad.

  6. Oma Tekoa on said:

    This guy, who calls himself a dog, should be very very careful. POTUS is not the most powerful political office on earth for nothing. POTUS can destroy him and no one will save his black liberal ass.

    • So, Mr or Ms Tekoa, let’s begin with this. I’m not saying I agree or disagree with the video; but let’s gain clarity regarding your cautionary warnings and “concerns”. Should the citizens of the United States now be scared quiet because of this most powerful elected official on earth–POTUS? With sooo many uh, powerful things to tweet, I mean accomplish in his day, why would POTUS be bothered or even concerned with the likes of one Black liberal ass’ (as you say) music video? POTUS so powerful and all.

      • Oma Tekoa on said:

        Does “Oma” strike you as a lady’s name? You must really be dumb. The problem with out people, just like snoop, is that they think POTUS and the establishment and intelligence network is a joke. I have seen a bit of it in action, very deadly and 1st amendment Rights or the indeed any Rights are just plain rubbish you become a person of interest. I felt snoop was foolish to put himself out in that way against DJT. Very unwise. Let a “white man” do it. They have their backs covered, we do not. That’s all.

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