So unless you are Trump himself, watch and enjoy the roasting (above)!
Snoop Dogg News Archive
It's 4/20 and you better believe people are celebrating their love for weed, including celebs!
Yes, you read that right!
Sure, it was only to hawk her ganja-themed goodies on her fans, but you gotta make that $$$, right?
Anyway, see how stars and the rest of the Internet celebrated 4/20 (below):
We've missed you, T-Boz and Chilli!
Their collection of new music is scheduled to drop June 30, but on Thursday, the girl group released their LP's first single Way Back! Fans are finding this new track to be a feel-good anthem that's reminiscent of their '90s R&B days.
To hear the radio edit, take a listen (below)!
Donald Trump Writes Off Rachel Maddow's Report On His Tax Returns As 'FAKE NEWS' & Fires Back At Snoop Dogg's Politically Charged Music Video!
Keeping up with all the Donald Trump news these days is pretty taxing.
Which is why the President is able to hand select what exactly he responds to on Twitter, mostly to write it off as "FAKE NEWS!"
Unsurprisingly, that's just what happened after Rachel Maddow said she received a portion of the Big Cheeto's federal 2005 tax returns from tax analyst David Cay Johnston.
Johnston told the MSNBC host he found two pages of Trump's 1040 in his mailbox, showing the billionaire wrote off over $100 million in business losses to get a better tax rate. However, the forms don't reveal a BIG part of the elusive equation: Trump's sources of income.
The financial journalist claimed he has no idea who sent him the docs, but hinted they could have come from Trump's camp themselves — as the forms show how rich he is was in 2005 without saying where his money came from. Convenient, no?
Well, Trump didn't seem to think so on Twitter. On Wednesday, POTUS responded to Maddow's report, questioning just how those evil journalists got their hands on his precious tax forms (and obvi threw in a "FAKE NEWS" for good measure):
Technically, he fires a toy gun at a clown named "Ronald Klump," but the implication is clear.
Now, since we know Drumpf already isn't a fan of the "freedom of the press" part of the First Amendment, we're guessing the whole speech thing is up in the air too.
Well, his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, took to TMZ to say:
Like most things in his life, Snoop Dogg usually practices an IDGAF approach when it comes to politics.
In Snoop's video for the Nightfall Remix of Lavender, directors Jesse Wellens and James DeFina depict an America where everyone is a hard working clown, including POTUS "Ronald Klump."
The video sharply satirizes current events, from police shootings to President Klump holding a press conference to announce the deportation of all dogs — which doesn't sit well with Snoop, who later shoots the Joker-in-Chief with a toy gun.
The Drop It Like It's Hot performer said the video is a commentary on the current political climate being overseen by a bunch of clowns. He told Billboard:
"The whole world is clownin' around, and [Jesse's] concept is so right on point with the art direction and the reality, because if you really look at some of these motherfuckers, they are clowns…. Nobody's dealing with the real issue with this fucking clown as president."
Damn, he's not clowning around! (We had to say it, sry not sry.)
Ch-ch-check out the video (below)!