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Three days after popular rapper Snoop Dogg released his music video where he fires a fake pistol at a 'clown' lookalike of Donald Trump, the President finally responded to the track and tore the artist apart in his trademark 'tweet' style.
The video for "Lavender" (Nightfall Remix) ft.
Kaytranada & Snoop Dogg dropped this weekend and features the rapper and a cast of clowns, including one played by actor Michael Rapaport, reports CNN.
Snoop's video touched on a range of issues including police shootings, but the most controversial aspect of it is a clown dubbed "Ronald Klump"- clearly mocking the President.
The video shows a mock breaking news segment where Klump is seen at a "Clown House" press conference where the TV news ticker reads "Ronald Klump wants to deport all doggs."
Later, Snoop Dogg is seen firing a fake pistol at Klump as he stands with his hands raised. Also, Klump appears at the end of the video, in chains.
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