Snoop Dogg has now taken the lead over Kathy Griffin in the game of who can create more “art” fixated on the death of President Donald Trump.
The rapper revealed the cover for his upcoming album “Make America Crip Again,” showing the president lying dead on a stretcher with the American flag draped over his body.
But, just like most things in popular culture today, there isn’t much originality to it. The elements of the photo are a copy of an Ice Cube album cover from 1991.
Back in March, Snoop Dogg was featured in a music video where he was seen assassinating the president dressed as a clown. The California native says, despite what many believe, he doesn’t act controversial for the response.
“When I be putting sh*t out, I don’t ever expect or look for a reaction. I just put it out because I feel like it’s something that’s missing. Any time I drop something, I’m trying to fill in a void,” he said.
Someone should probably relay to Snoop Dogg that there is literally no void in anti-Trump hysteria, and all these stunts do is push President Trump that much closer to a second term.
Source: Daily Caller