Snoop Dogg launched a very chilled protest against the President as he smoked a blunt outside the White House.
After he mocked him in the video for his remix of BadBadNotGood and Kaytranada’s song Lavender, it’s safe to say Snoop isn’t a fan of Donald Trump.
Following the midterm elections in the US, which took place on Tuesday (November 6), the Drop It Like It’s Hot singer shared a video on Instagram, in which he expressed his desires to take a visit to the White House.
Addressing his followers, he said:
What up party people. I just got the urge to get up and go to the White House.
And not only go to the White House but do some gangster sh*t.
What would a dog do? Pee on a tree? Sh*t on the lawn?
Perhaps smoke a blunt?
He asked his followers if he should do the daring task and gave them three minutes to get 20,000 likes on his post. If they met his requirements, he’d go and smoke weed outside the home of the POTUS.
Sure enough, the internet came through, and Snoop journeyed down to the White House with his crew.
He ignored parking laws under the justification he’s Snoop Dogg and asked the driver to let him out on the road so he could take a picture in front of the infamous building.
Snoop continued to document his saga in a series of videos as he sat on a bench opposite the White House, greeting fans and complimenting strangers before lighting up a joint.
Luckily for Snoop, recreational marijuana is legal in Washington DC for anyone over the age of 21, so he was perfectly within his rights to protest using weed.
To really hammer in the point of his trip, Snoop said:
While you n****s is voting and doing all this other bullsh*t, I’m at the White House, smoking. F*ck the president. [sic]
Hopefully Snoop also voted – getting high won’t help the state of the government.
Assuring his followers Trump hadn’t sent any Secret Service agents after him for his unusual protest, the Young, Wild and Free singer posted another video upon his return saying ‘everything was smooth’.
It must have made a brilliant sight for any tourists in the area.
Seeing Snoop Dogg hanging out, smoking weed in a park, would have their trip to peer at the White House through the fence a lot more interesting.
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Emily Brown first began delivering important news stories aged just 13, when she launched her career with a paper round. She graduated with a BA Hons in English Language in the Media from Lancaster University, and went on to become a freelance writer and blogger. Emily contributed to The Sunday Times Travel Magazine and Student Problems before becoming a journalist at UNILAD, where she works on breaking news as well as longer form features.