Snoop Dogg was forced to submit to a urine test in Sweden for drug suspicions. The 43-year-old rapper and actor was in Sweden to promote latest album “Bush.” He was flagged down by Uppsala police, which suspected the artist to be in possession of or under the influence of illicit drugs.
According to a report from The Guardian, Snoop Dogg was arrested and taken into police custody for a urine test, which lasted for several minutes. He immediately left and went to social media to air out his frustrations.
In the next video, the rapper described his arrest as racial profiling.
The third video was taken after his arrest. He then said something about the incident then left a message to his fans.
In 1990, he was convicted for possession and sale of prohibited drugs. He was also charged but absolved of murder of one rival gang member, who was shot by Snoop’s bodyguard in 1993. Snoop’s singing career started when Dr. Dre discovered his talent in 1992.