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Snoop Dogg Calls Fan A “F*g”



The days of fans saying whatever they want to celebrities are over. Now, when you spew hate, these famous folks are clapping back. Case in point, Snoop Dogg.

“Tha Doggfather” loves Instagram. He literally spends hours on the social media site posting pictures, quotes and funny memes. But in the wee hours of Monday morning, his posts went from hilarious to hateful, real quick.

In response to a comment which must have been out of line Snoop posted, “If u don’t like what I say or post get your b*tch ass off my page male or female I didn’t ask none of u haters to follow me so get off my d*ck n get a life.” The rapper then posted a screenshot of one of his followers with an even crueler comment attached.


“U n ya boyfriend since u like Jumpn on my page disrespectn b*tch boy go suck ya man n get off my line f.*.G.”

As expected, Snoop’s followers went in, criticizing him for using a homophobic slur. Within minutes, the post was deleted. But the real questions remains, how much hate can these celebrities take before they just go off?! Should they stay silent or clap back?


Exclusive: ‘The Oath’s Cory Hardrict, Kwame Patterson Recall Being Harassed By Cops



If you want to take an emotional, entertaining and dangerous ride through the corrupt land of law enforcement, then we suggest you tune in for The Oath.  

Delivering a unique perspective on what it means to wear the color blue, the show follows a group of police officers and their lives with badges on and off.

“With being a cop in the workforce, especially being an African American cop, when we step out there, we always want to do the right thing,” Cory Hardrict told HipHollywood. “The crazy thing about this show is we have another life as well outside of the cop world where things aren’t so perfect.”

Cory, who is expecting a baby girl very soon with his wife, Tia Mowry, continued, “When the badge comes off and we have on regular civilian clothes, we get treated like every African American harassed person out here in the world.”

Although this is just a television show, the narrative is not exactly a far cry from reality, a reality Cory Hardrict and Kwame Patterson personally know all too well. “I had one incident where he [the officer] took his blade and went to the back seat cut the back seat and sliced it … but you can’t do anything.”

Patterson added, “I’m from Baltimore, so Baltimore is one of the most corrupt police cities in the United States. So I’ve definitely dealt with police brutality, discrimination … it’s always my word against theirs.”

The new show, produced by 50 Cent, is now streaming on Crackle.

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