Clavin Broadus aka Snoop Dogg, a well known establishment-Illuminati sell out from the Hip-Hop and Rap era of the 1990’s, has released another album that pretty much no one will ever listen to, with his ultimate marketing tool being the album cover. The cover is a remake of Ice Cube’s 1991 album cover for Death Certificate, but this time it features Snoop Dogg standing over a dead body in a morgue, with a toe tag that has the name Trump written on it as opposed to Uncle Sam. Well, how original and how creative is that? Snoop Doggy Dogg’s new album is called ‘Make America Crip Again’.
The title song ‘M.A.C.A’ (Make America Crip Again) is painfully crap (yes, we just listened to it), and we reckon that perhaps it’s really time for Mr. Snoop Dogg to retire, because this is getting embarrassing now. Don’t believe us? Just have a listen to the song yourself. It has no message, no substance, or any feeling to it at all. From the beat, to the tired autotune chorus, to the monotone lyrics and it’s promotion of gang culture, this immediately gets a 0 rating out 10. Perhaps somebody like Sarah Silverman would think this is a good Rap song, but absolutely nobody else. We don’t even think Martha Stewart would tell Snoop Dogg that this is his best work either. Sad. Just sad.
How’s that for terrible music? Let’s just be blatantly honest here, if you’re out of touch and if you’re going through a creative slow down, just don’t force it. This is garbage, and you’re simply peddling the message of your satanic overlords, at least come up with something better than this feeble attempt to get Illuminati brownie points whilst draping it with something related to gang culture. Neither are a positive message.
Long gone are the days when Snoop Dogg came to fame with his rapping talents on the 1992 release of ‘Deep Cover’ on Death Row Records with Dr. Dre and with Suge Knight at the helm. Once upon a time, that was the record label of undoubted excellence and also shockingly good music. However, this new work from Snoop Dogg can only be described as just worthless.
Snoop Dogg tried to justify his new work to Rolling Stone, saying: “It’s not a statement or a political act: it’s just good music. Certain people feel like we should make America ‘great again,’ but that time they’re referring to always takes me back to separation and segregation so I’d rather Make America Crip Again”.
Good music? That it isn’t, but if he is referring to Democrats being able to make America “better” again, let’s remind Snoop that it was the Democrats who were the South, and the Republicans who were the North. The North freed the slaves back then, and the Democrats in recent times are responsible for not caring for their inner city communities, whilst doing a pretty good job of pretending that they do. All it takes is to look around at all the Democrat cities across America, and see that things have never been worse. Just look at Chicago, think what’s happened to Detroit and Philadelphia, and then also look at what’s happened to the face of San Francisco over the last 8 years. Things have never looked worse there.
Perhaps, this is why Trump won in the Democrat states of Pennsylvania and Michigan in 2016? People were tired of Democrats doing absolutely nothing for them, and the same could be said about the last Bush regime, but the truth of the matter is this can be traced back to Bill Clinton’s presidency, and even during George H.W. Bush’s presidency before that. What’s the one thing that all those presidencies had in common? They were all apart of establishment politics, and Donald Trump is that breath of fresh air that America needed.
Snoop Dogg promoted the Crips in an interview last month, stating: “In my lifetime, that’s when young black men in impoverished areas organized to help their communities and to take care of their own because society basically left them for dead.”
Well, that would be the fault of the establishment politicians and not Donald Trump. Even Snoop Dogg knows that much, but he has to push the establishment agenda since he’s intertwined in their net and very much on the inside the inner circle of the establishment. Well, Snoop… If Donald Trump didn’t have to deal with the falsifying establishment media, amongst other pressing issues, perhaps he would have even more time to address the problems of the inner-cities. He’s already tried to help by appointing Ben Carson as HUD, and involving Steve Harvey as well to reach out to the inner city communities.
Snoop added in his interview: “A lot of people glorify the gang-banging and violence but forget that in the beginning, the Crip’s main and sole purpose was to be the reflection of the Black Panthers. They looked after kids, provided after-school activities, fed them and stepped in as role models and father figures.”
That may very well be the case, but the war on drugs under Ronald Reagan’s presidency saw tons of drugs flood into black communities, (with CIA involvement), and this could also be seen as yet more reason why things declined in certain communities. Again, perhaps that’s the fault of the establishment? Just maybe…
Snoop Dogg previously advocated a parody of Donald Trump’s assassination in his music video entitled ‘Lavender’, so this is a second time that he has created a threat or hint at the death of Donald Trump, whilst all the while ignoring the facts and basically setting himself up for a career suicide. One thing we won’t be doing is buying into Snoop Dogg’s music…
Snoop Dogg represents everything wrong with society today, with liberal brainwashing and pushing agenda’s that are backwards and wrong, and are ultimately just lies, perpetuated to try to influence and control uneducated minds. We’re not impressed, and frankly, we wouldn’t be surprised if the Secret Service pops up to investigate these establishment artists when they release baseless content such as this.
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