American Legendary Rapper to Move to "Uganda" After Trump Remarks

Will he survive in Uganda?

The rapper famously known by his stage name Snoop Dogg, made the revelations in a video that has gone viral. In the video, the rapper says that he will move all his money to Africa and anyone that wants it will have to get it from there.

The rapper and singer expressed his displeasure with the recent remarks made by US President Donald Trump that referred to Haiti and African countries as ‘shit holes’

Snoop Dogg who did not reveal when exactly he will be making the move is known to be strict to his word and for standing for the things he believes in.

The rapper’s photos wearing T-shits branded Uganda and Uganda’s president have since surfaced online and from the look of things, people love the idea.

Born Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr. Snoop is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, television personality, and actor. His music career began in 1992 and is famed for songs such as ‘Young, Wild and Free’

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American Legendary Rapper to Move to "Uganda" After Trump Remarks

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