Donald Trump's Lawyer Says Snoop Dogg Crossed the Line with "Lavender" Video

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Donald Trump's Lawyer Says Snoop Dogg Crossed the Line with "Lavender" Video

Meanwhile, Trump's personal lawyer has also condemned Snoop Dogg, and insists he owes Trump an apology for the "disgraceful" video. "We've had presidents assassinated in this country before, so anything like that is really something we should be careful about".

He said: "If the wrong person sees that and gets the wrong idea, you could have a real problem". Kaytranada & Snoop Dogg dropped this weekend and features the rapper and a cast of clowns, including one played by actor Michael Rapaport. He goes on to say that there is nothing amusing about an attempt on the US President's life and that he is really shocked at Snoop because he thought that the rapper was better than that.

We never imagined the American president getting into a rap beef over a music video, but then we never imagined Donald Trump would be the president.

He added: "I certainly would not have accepted it if it was President Obama".

If you're waiting for Snoop Dogg to respond to President Donald Trump, you're going to have to wait longer.

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On Wednesday, Trump tweeted about the video, claiming there would have been more of an uproar if Snoop had performed the act on a lookalike of his predecessor Barack Obama and concluded by demanding "Jail time!"

It was prompted into a similar response in January when Madonna told a crowd at the anti-Trump Women's March in Washington: "I have thought an bad lot about blowing up the White House". "I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn't lose any voters", Trump said in January 2016.

In an interview with Billboard, Snoop claimed that "nobody's dealing with the real issue with this (expletive) clown as president", with his rapper peers only focused on releasing "party music".

Snoop Dogg's latest album Cooldaid is out now on his self-owned label Doggystyle Records which you can listen to and buy here.

However, Snoop said he wasn't looking for a reaction with the video.