Snoop Dogg is not happy that Arnold Schwarzenegger freed a prisoner allegedly because of a political favor. This prompted him to call the actor and governor a racist for doing that.
Late Monday night, the 44-year-old “What’s My Name?” rapper took to Instagram to express his dismay over the decision of the governor. “I can’t wait to catch you … I’m going to confront you,” the rapper, who is Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr. in real life, said in his post.
According to the Billboard, he even called the government leader, who is also a popular actor, especially for his roles in “Conan the Barbarian” and “The Terminator,” a “racist” in one of the series of videos that he posted on the social media site. “Arnold Schwarzenegger is a straight b****,” he said.
Snoop Dogg reportedly got irritated when he learned that Schwarzenegger shortened the sentence of the son of one of his political allies on Sunday. Based on the report, Esteban Nunez’s sentence was shortened, from 16 years to seven years. Nunez is the son of Fabian Nunez, a political ally and friend who served as former speaker of the State Assembly.
In his video, the “Snoop’s Upside Ya Head” rapper suggested that there must have been inequality considering that the 38th governor of California never granted clemency to gang leader Stanley “Tookie” Williams who died of lethal injection in 2005 despite pleas. ““How the f*** you gonna let this n***** out of jail but you gonna kill Tookie Williams?” he added. “You are one motherf***ng racist piece of s***,” he ranted.
But Snoop Dog may be criticized too for a shirt with his face covering the entire torso area because it is overpriced. Esquire reported that the merchandise costs $1,000 since it was patterned after the original 1993 Snoop Dogg tee.