Snoop Dogg Hit Out At Kanye For Supporting Trump

Snoop Dogg has slammed supporters of President Donald Trump -- and taken aim at Kanye West -- during a rant on a radio show in New York.

Host DJ Suss One asked the rapper to talk about politics -- but warned Snoop that some of his listeners aren’t too happy when they hear criticisms about President Trump.

"I don’t give a f***." Snoop replied, adding that he has no qualms about calling out the US President and his supporters.

"I tell ‘em straight up motherf*****. If you like that n***a you motherf****** racist."

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Snoop commented that President Trump is responsible for drawing “lines” through communities in America.

“Before him, there were no lines,” he said, referring to the divisive nature of the Trump presidency.

“Everybody was everybody, we respected everything, we didn't trip, but n**** when you drew the line and start pointing motherf****** out and singling them out n****, f*** y’all then n****. You and them.”

Back in 2006 when Kanye and Snoop were still on speaking terms. (Getty)

The Californian rapper then criticised Kanye West for being “right with” Trump supporters.

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In April, West was pictured wearing a ‘Make America Great Again’ hat and wrote on Twitter that Trump had “dragon energy” and was his “brother”.

The US President then tweeted his gratitude to West, writing “Thank you Kanye, very cool!”

During his rant against Trump supporters, Snoop told listeners on the Sirius XM radio show to remember Kanye's involvement with the POTUS.

“Kanye too," he said.

"Don’t forget about him too. F*** you too. Throw him in the bag, he right with them motherf******."

West is yet to respond to the comments made by Snoop Dogg.

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