Rapper Snoop Dogg unloaded on President Trump in an expletive-filled video tirade over the weekend. In the Instagram video, the 47-year-old rapper slammed the President over the partial government shutdown that began on Dec. 22.
Snoop told his IG followers that government workers who vote for the President in the 2020 presidential elections are some "stupid motherf-----s."
The Long Beach, CA native, who was born Calvin Broadus, said, "All you people for the federal government that got -- not getting paid right now, ain't no f-cking way in the world y’all can vote for Donald Trump when he come back up again. If y'all do vote for him, y’all some stupid motherf-----s."
The "Gin and Juice" rapper continued, "All you federal government people that's not being paid, that's being treated f-ckin' unfairly right now, not being paid -- that's so terrible, and this punk motherf----- don't care."
President Trump ordered the federal government shutdown until Senate Democrats approve billions in funding for a border wall.
In a meeting with top Congressional Democrats and Republicans last week, Trump said he expects the partial government shutdown to last for months or even years.
He showed little empathy for the 800,000 federal workers who will not receive paychecks, saying they support what he's doing for the good of the country.
While speaking to reporters during an hour-long press conference after the meeting, Trump said government workers would be able to handle any financial issues that might arise from being out of work.
He reminded reporters that every President -- including Barack Obama -- has shut down the federal government during their terms in office.
"It's very important that we have great border security. It will be over with sooner than people think," Trump said. "We have a bigger subject -- it's called the security of our nation. Including terrorism, please. Okay."
"I will do whatever we have to do. If we have to stay out for a very long period of time, we're going to do that. Many of those [federal workers], most of those people, that really have not been and will not be getting their money in at this moment, those people in many cases are the biggest fans of what we’re doing."
According to a survey conducted in December, 71 percent of government workers affected by the furlough are opposed to the shutdown, while only 22 percent are in support of it, according to ThinkProgress.org.
Referring to the President as the N-word, Snoop Dogg urged federal workers to remember Trump's apathy when they return to work after the furlough.
"So I'm saying that to say this, when the sh-t get back on and y'all get y'all jobs back and it's time to vote, don't vote for that ni--a, please don't. Look what he do -- he just don't give a f-ck. Y'all honest, blue collar, hardworking people, and suffering. So if he don't care about y'all, he really don't give a f-ck about us, so f-ck him, too, and f-ck everybody down with Donald Trump! I said it here, Snoop Dogg, ni--a, f-ck him! He gon' shut the government down ni--a, you's a piece of sh-t, f-ck you."
Since his debut album Doggystyle was released in 1993 on Death Row Records, Snoop has sold over 35 million albums worldwide. In 2018, he released his first gospel album, Bible of Love, and he was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Snoop is currently filming season 3 of VH1's reality TV cooking show "Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party" with his good friend Martha Stewart, 77.
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