OohWee…Snoop Dogg is Not Happy


In an irate and profanity-filled series of videos, Snoop Dogg lashed out at former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger while pointing out an act of “white privilege.”

The reason? Schwarzenegger commuted the sentence of Esteban Nunez, the son of a political ally and friend of the former governor.

He was initially serving a 16-year stint for manslaughter. Arnold reduced his sentence to seven years before exiting his position in politics. Esteban served less than six years and was released from prison for good behavior, the Associated Press reports.

Snoop’s argument dates back to the 2005 execution by lethal injection of gang leader Stanley “Tookie” Williams. In this case, Schwarzenegger refused to grant clemency.

Snoop’s commentary addresses the crooked movements involved in politics and how blatant Schwarzenegger let it be known that he was helping out a friend.

Helping a friend

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Arnold may be somewhere not thinking twice about his decision. But, someone needs to clue him in that if Snoop catches him, the encounter probably won’t be a nice one.