T.I. and Bow Wow are riding with Snoop D-O-Double-G.
This morning, President Donald Trump criticized Snoop Dogg for mocking him in a parody video. Shortly after, Shad Moss came to the rapper’s defense with a controversial tweet.
“Ayo @realDonaldTrump shut your punk ass up talking shit about my uncle @SnoopDogg before we pimp your wife and make her work for us,” he wrote, referencing First Lady Melania Trump.
— Shad Moss(Bow Wow) (@smoss) March 15, 2017
T.I. also came to his fellow rapper’s defense with an insult-laced post on Instagram. “@snoopdogg is a Fuckin Legend u Fucking Tangerine Tanned Muskrat scrotum skin, Lacefront Possum fur Wig wearing, Alternative fact, Atomic Dog diarrhea face ass man,” he wrote. “Leave our legends names out ya fuckin old ass puppy piss smelling ass mouth & continue to focus on dividing minorities,building barriers, alienating immigrants, &fuckin this country up like u been doin…. #UWannaBeDictator#PresidentialLevelFuckBoy.”
Trump’s tweet came on the heels of BADBADNOTGOOD, Snoop Dogg, and Kaytranada’s “Lavender (Nightfall Remix)” video. It features a scene in which Snoop points a novelty gun at a clown Trump impersonator named Ronald Klump. He pulls the trigger and a flag that reads “BANG” is unveiled.
This isn’t the first time the Grand Hustle boss has expressed his anti-Trump sentiments. In January, he wrote an open letter to Trump. “Should it ever at times seem as though WE are against YOU, I assure you it’s a result of YOU defining yourself as the representative for those who are and who always have been against US,” he said.
The King of the South has also announced his “Hustle Gang Tour” featuring his roster of artists including RaRA, Yung Brooke, Tokyo, Jetz, London Jae, and Grand Hustle’s VP Trae Tha Truth. The 23-city U.S. run kicks off April 28 in Birmingham, Ala. and runs through June 11 in Jacksonville, Fla.
Hustle Gang Tour Dates
April 28 – Birmingham, AL – Sloss Furnance
April 29 – Tallahassee, FL – Play
April 30 – Knoxville, TN – International
May 2 – Asheville, NC – Cellular Center
May 3 – Greensboro, NC – Arizona Petes
May 4 – Washington, D.C – Howard Theater
May 5 – Richmond, VA – The National
May 6 – Norfolk, VA – Norva
May 7 – Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live
May 8 – New York, NY – B. B. Kings Blues Club and Grill
May 10 – Philadelphia, PA – TLA
May 13 – Providence, RI – Fete
May 18 – Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue
May 19 – St. Louis, MO – Pop’s
May 20 – Chicago, IL – Portage Theatre
May 23 – Bend, OR – Midtown Music Hall
May 24 – Portland, OR – Roseland
May 25 – Seattle, WA – Showbox Sodo
May 30 – San Francisco, CA – Mezzanine
May 31 – Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
June 2 – Tucson, AZ – Rialto Theater
June 9 – Orlando, FL – Venue 578
June 10 – St. Petersburg, FL – Jannus Live
June 11 – Jacksonville, FL – Mavericks