Snoop Dogg says, "This is the final call", before pointing a gun to the head of a cigarette-puffing clown dressed as Trump.
The President wasn't going to take that sort of diss lying down - so he took to Twitter for one of his trademark rants, possibly without warning his homies in the White House. The first thing worth mentioning here is that Trump believes Snoop's career is worth remarking upon when he is, you know, literally the fucking president.
Many have expressed how they felt the video was inappropriate, including Trump's opponent, Republican Marco Rubio, in response to the clip, which runs for ten seconds.
Well, we'd say file this under unusual celebrity feuds, but considering it's Donald Trump?
All this talk reminds me of the time Trump told a crowd in Iowa that he could shoot someone without damaging his reputation with voters. "Jail time!" Trump tweeted Wednesday morning.
Since the video was released, it has drawn criticism from USA senator and hip-hop fan Marco Rubio, who said that the rapper should be "very careful" about such depictions.
The President of the United States is using social media to fire back at Long Beach rapper Snoop Dogg over a controversial music video released this week. Trump asks what the outcry would be if instead of him, Snoop shot President Obama instead?
"Snoop shouldn't have done that", he said. "I think it's unfortunate and I wish he hadn't done that".
A representative for Snoop Dogg did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
"When I be putting sh*t out, I don't ever expect or look for a reaction", he said.
He told Billboard: "It's a few issues we really wanted to lock into like police, the president and just life in general".