Snoop Dogg trolls Trump by smoking a joint outside the White House
Snoop Dogg has always made his disdain for President Trump crystal clear.
But the rapper took his contempt to new levels recently, when he filmed himself smoking a joint outside of the White House and saying "f**k Trump" repeatedly.
The bizarre situation first started when the Young, Wild & Free star took to Instagram to tell his followers about his urge to troll the former billionaire businessman.
"What up party people," he asked the camera. "I just got the urge to get up right now and go to the White House. And not only go to the White House, but do some gangsta s**t. What would a dog do? Pee on a tree? S**t on lawn? Perhaps smoke a blunt? Should I do it? Should I do it?"
After Snoop gave social media users three minutes to hit the 'like' button 20,000 times, there was no question about it. As far as his 28.5 million followers were concerned, it was an overwhelming yes.
Captioning his next post "I had to do it", the following video showed the 47-year-old traveling down to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington D.C. to cause some trouble.
Ignoring parking laws, he asked his driver to let him out on the road so he could take a picture in front of the official residence and workplace of the POTUS.
Strolling along the street, he lit up a joint and went to sit on a bench. Speaking to the camera, he taunted Trump as he said: "While you n****s is voting and doing all this other bullsh*t, I'm at the White House having a smoke. F**k the president."
The rapper continued to chat to passersby, complimenting a man on his hair and taking a picture with a fan.
Later on, the Drop It Like It's Hot star took to Instagram once again to assure his followers that he'd gotten home safely.
"Back from the White House," he said. "Everything is smooth baby. Back in my room watching Netflix. Netflix and chill. Sometimes you just got to do it. I had to do it."
Recreational marijuana became legal in Washington DC for anyone over the age of 21 back in 2014. However, there are still significant barriers to its use; for example, using cannabis in public is still illegal, making Snoop's actions technically against the law.
The rapper has been a long-time opponent of President Trump. He caused controversy back in March 2017 when he aimed a gun at a clown dressed as the former reality TV star in his music video for Lavender.
In addition, in October 2018, he slammed Kanye West for supporting the Republican leader, claiming that since Trump took office, racism has become a bigger problem in America.
"[Before 2017] everybody was everybody, we respected everything, we didn't trip, but n**** when you drew the line and start pointing muthaf*cker out and singling them out n*** f*ck y’all then n****," he said. "You and them. Kanye too. Don't forget about him too. F*** you too. Throw him in the bag, 'cause he right there with the muthaf*cker."
If there's one thing we can say about Snoop, it's that he certainly isn't afraid to stand up for what he believes in.