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WATCH: Snoop Dogg Smokes Marijuana Near The White House, Says 'F**k The President'

"F**k the president."
That's what rapper Snoop Dogg says on a video as he's seen smoking marijuana in Lafayette Square, just outside the White House.
The rapper, ​whose real name is Calvin Broadus Jr., is first seen riding in the back seat of a car driving down 16th Street and turning onto H Street.
"There go the White House right there, huh? All them motherf***ers are Secret Service, huh? Wish I could get out and take a picture right now, but you can't park, huh," he says.
He then says to his driver: "F*** it, let me out, n***a. Let me get a picture. Snoop Dogg, f*** the president."
Broadus is then seen at the park, where he walks down a path and takes a seat on a bench.
“... I'm at the White House smoking ... f-**k the president," Broadus says again.
Broadus later greets a fan and says he's "blowing like a Rolling Stone". Then, as he walks away, he says one more time, "F**k the president."
* The video below contains profanity, lots of it.



This isn't the first time Broadus has attacked Trump. He released a new album called "Make America Crip Again" last November, and on its cover there's a dead body laying on a slab, covered with a flag. A giant toe tag has "TRUMP" written in big block letters.
And in March 2017, in the final scene of his music video for "Lavender," the rapper takes out a fake gun and pretends to assassinate a clown-like Trump character with painted orange face.
The message was clear from the musician as he spoke to Billboard about his thoughts on the president, the Daily Mail wrote.
I feel like it’s a lot of people making cool records, having fun, partying, but nobody’s dealing with the real issue with this f*cking clown as president, and the sh*t that we dealing with out here, so I wanted to take time out to push pause on a party record and make one of these records for the time being.
Making a song that was not controversial but real — real to the voice of the people who don’t have a voice. It’s not like [co-director Jesse Wellens] told me to make a record to express what I’m expressing on the song, but there were certain things that he said that brought that feeling, to make me want to express that when I was writing.
Such a poet.

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