Rapper Snoop Dogg voiced his concerns about how President Trump‘s administration is handling the partial government shutdown as it heads into its third week.
Monday, Jan. 7, marked day 17 for the partial government shutdown, and Snoop Dogg appears to be fed up with Trump’s handling of the crisis. He took to Instagram on Saturday, Jan. 5, and addressed furloughed federal employees.
The “Ain’t No Fun” rapper advised federal employees who may have voted for Trump in 2016 to not support the president in the upcoming 2020 election.
“All you people from the federal government that’re not getting paid right now, ain’t no f—–g way in the world y’all can vote for Donald Trump when he come back up again,” said Snoop. “If y’all do vote for him, y’all some stupid m———–s. I’m saying that to y’all early.”
Snoop also claimed that President Trump couldn’t care less about federal employees receiving pay for their work during the partial government shutdown.
The “Gin and Juice” rapper has repeatedly expressed his disapproval of Trump since he’s taken the Oval Office.
In 2017, he released cover art for his album “Make America Crip Again” that showed the president dead. He also attacked Chicago rapper Kanye West for supporting Trump by calling him an “Uncle Tom.” In September, Snoop also called Trump supporters racist during an interview with DJ Suss on SiriusXM.