Snoop Dogg To Move To Toronto After Trump’s Victory

Have a good way out.

Hip-hop icon Snoop Dogg says he is moving to Canada.

Cordozar Calvin Broadus, Jr., better known by his rap moniker Snoop Dogg, took to Instagram to announce that he will be moving to Toronto. He even reached out to Toronto native Drake for help finding a new home.

Alongside a photo of the CN Tower, Snoop Dogg wrote:

“My new home. @champagnepapi I need the hookup on some property. Nefew f*ck this sh*t I’m going to the. 6ix”

Snoop Dogg has also expressed his disappointment with the presidential election results with the use of Bitmojis, an app that allows users to make cartoon avatars of themselves.

Several Instagram users commented on Snoop Dogg’s post.

“Snoop Dogg you can’t leave people like you helped make America what it is today,” wrote one user, Djdarienzo. “TRUMP did his part good or bad and you need to do your part and help to shape the country.”

“I know you could get a meeting with TRUMP if you wanted to,” Djdarienzo continued. “Don’t run away stay and help to shape our country. America is the greatest country in the history of the world because people like you were willing to work hard.”

Others were less friendly.

“bye !!! take all of the other crybabies with you !” wrote user lularoemikeandebbie. “if republicans didn’t leave when Obama was elected because we are tough and had hope for the future. don’t come back when you need the US.”

Other social media users took a more comical approach.

“With so much drama in Washington D.C. It’s kinda hard being Snoop D-O-Double-G,” wrote kaleighpostWith, a clever nod to famous Snoop Dogg lyrics.

The West Coast rapper is just one of many celebrities who have talked about moving to Canada if Trump won the election. Unlike most of these celebrities, Snoop does have business in Canada.

Snoop Dogg has a line of exclusive marijuana strains in Canada and a dispensary in Smith Falls, Ontario. Among the strains are sunset, ocean view and palm tree CBD, CBC News reported.

“Like hip-hop, cannabis is as much a lifestyle as it is a culture,” Snoop Dogg is quoted saying in a media release issued by Tweed, a Canadian cannabis company. “Leafs by Snoop is an expression of my experience with that culture over decades on the scene.

“What started for me in the ’90s in Cali now has a home in places like Colorado, where real progress is being made. Now that Leafs by Snoop is coming to Tweed, I’ll be able to share my passion for the best cannabis on the planet with Canada.”

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3 thoughts on “Snoop Dogg To Move To Toronto After Trump’s Victory

  • November 26, 2016 at 3:23 pm
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    Don’t let the door hit you on your way out.
    Oh, and make sure you give up your US citizenship. Don’t want to live here, don’t need to be a citizen and voice your opinion about anything here ever again.

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  • November 27, 2016 at 4:07 am
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    Canada won’t let him in because he has too many felonies.

    Shortly after graduating from high school, Broadus was arrested for possession of cocaine and for the following three years was frequently in and out of prison.[8] In 1990, he was convicted of felony possession of drugs and possession for sale.[123]

    While recording Doggystyle in August 1993, Snoop Dogg was arrested in connection with the death of Phillip Woldermariam, a member of a rival gang who was shot and killed by Snoop’s bodyguard, McKinley Lee; Snoop was charged with murder along with Lee as he was driving the vehicle from which the shooting had commenced. Snoop and Lee were defended by Johnnie Cochran.[124] Both Snoop and Lee were acquitted; Lee was acquitted on grounds of self-defense, but Snoop Dogg remained entangled in the legal battles around the case for three years.[125]

    In July 1993, Snoop was stopped for a traffic violation and a firearm was found by police while conducting a search of his car. In February 1997, he pleaded guilty to possession of a handgun and was ordered to record three public service announcements, pay a $1,000 fine, and serve three years’ probation.[126][127][128]

    Snoop Dogg, Tha Dogg Pound, and The Game were sued for assaulting a fan on stage at a May 2005 concert at the White River Amphitheatre in Auburn, Washington. The accuser, Richard Monroe, Jr., claimed he was beaten by the artists’ entourage while mounting the stage, allegedly after an “open invite”.[129] The lawsuit, which sought $22 million in damages, was dismissed in 2009.[130]

    In September 2006, Snoop Dogg was detained at John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California by airport security, after airport screeners found a collapsible police baton in Snoop’s carry-on bag. Donald Etra, Snoop’s lawyer, told deputies the baton was a prop for a musical sketch. Snoop was sentenced to three years’ probation and 160 hours of community service for the incident starting in September 2007.[131] Snoop Dogg was arrested again October 2006 at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank after being stopped for a traffic infraction; he was arrested for possession of a firearm and for suspicion of transporting an unspecified amount of marijuana, according to a police statement. The following month, after taping an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, he was arrested again for possession of marijuana, cocaine and a firearm. Two members of Snoop’s entourage, according to the Burbank police statement, were admitted members of the Rollin 20’s Crips gang, and were arrested on separate charges.[132] In April 2007, he was sentenced to a three-year suspended sentence, five years’ probation, and was required to perform 800 hours of community service after pleading no contest to two felony charges of drug and gun possession by a convicted felon. He was also prohibited from hiring anyone with a criminal record or gang affiliation as a security guard or a driver.[123]

    In April 26, 2006, Snoop Dogg and members of his entourage were arrested after being turned away from British Airways’ first class lounge at Heathrow Airport. Snoop and his party were denied entry to the lounge due to some members flying in economy class. After being escorted outside, the group vandalized a duty-free shop with whiskey bottles. Seven police officers were injured in the midst of the disturbance. After a night in jail, Snoop and the other men were released on bail the next day, but he was unable to perform a scheduled concert in Johannesburg.[133] On May 15, the Home Office decided that Snoop Dogg would be denied entry to the United Kingdom for the foreseeable future, and his British visa was denied the following year.[134][135][136] As of March 2010, Snoop Dogg has been allowed back into the UK.[137] The group involved in the incident have been banned by British Airways for “the foreseeable future.”[138]

    In April 2007, the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship banned him from entering the country on character grounds, citing his prior criminal convictions. He had been scheduled to appear at the MTV Australia Video Music Awards on April 29, 2007.[139] Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship lifted the ban in September 2008 and had granted him visa to tour Australia. DIAC said: “In making this decision, the department weighed his criminal convictions against his previous behaviour while in Australia, recent conduct – including charity work – and any likely risk to the Australian community … We took into account all relevant factors and, on balance, the department decided to grant the visa.”[140]

    He was banned from entering Norway for two years in July 2012 after entering the country the month before in possession of 8 grams of marijuana and an undeclared kr 227,000 in cash, or about US$27,000 as of September 2015.[141][142][143]

    Snoop Dogg has also been arrested and fined for misdemeanor marijuana possession in Los Angeles in 1998,[144] in Cleveland in 2001,[145] and Sierra Blanca, Texas in 2010.[146]

    Snoop Dogg, after performing for a concert in Uppsala, Sweden on July 25, 2015, was pulled over and detained by Swedish police for allegedly using illegal drugs, violating a Swedish law enacted in 1988, which criminalized the recreational use of such substances – therefore even being under the influence of any illegal/controlled substance a crime in itself even without possession. During the detention, he was taken to the police station to perform a drug test and was released afterwards. The rapid test was positive for traces of narcotics, and he was potentially subject to fines depending on the results of more detailed analysis, which were expected to be completed within several weeks.[147] The rapper uploaded several videos on the social networking site, Instagram, criticising the police for alleged racial profiling. He declared in the videos, “Nigga as got me in the back of police car right now in Sweden, cuz”, and “Pulled a nigga over for nothing, taking us to the station where I’ve got to go pee in a cup for nothin’. I ain’t done nothin’. All I did was came to the country and did a concert, and now I’ve got to go to the police station. For nothin.’!” He announced to his Swedish fanbase that he would no longer go on tour in Sweden anymore due to the incident. Police spokesman, Daniel Nilsson, responded to the accusations by saying, “We don’t work like that in Sweden.”[148][149][150]

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  • July 31, 2017 at 7:28 pm
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    Bye bye you useless felon!!!

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