Snoop Dogg Responds to Backlash Over His ‘WAP’ Criticism: ‘Stop with the Bullsh*t’

Published: Wednesday 16th Dec 2020 by Rashad

‘Drop It Like It’s Hot’ hitmaker Snoop Dogg found himself in hot water last week after publicly criticizing Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion‘s megahit, ‘WAP,’ for being too racy – a judgment that reeked of hypocrisy some say given his own past with misogynistic and hypersexualized lyrics.

As we reported here, Dogg suggested the song’s raunchy content leaves little to the imagination and was unsuitable for young girls.

“Let’s have some imagination. Let’s have some privacy, some intimacy,” he started.I just don’t want it that fashionable to where young girls, they can express themselves like that without even knowing that that is a jewel that they hold onto until the right person comes around.”

His words ignited fury and even earned a clap back from B’s husband, fellow rapper Offset (as we reported here).

Tired of the hoopla, Snoop took to Instagram recently to defend himself.  Look inside to see what he said:

Taking to Instagram recently, the legendary emcee stated:


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  1. Shayla Queen 👑 December 16, 2020

    What Snoop said was nice. Why is everyone always so mad?

  2. Gworl Bye December 16, 2020

    Snoop is 1000% on point. These ignorant ass entitled ratchets these days need to have several. They want everybody to cosign their tacky & NO class behavior, and when you don’t they wanna go into this cancel culture bullsh*t. Sit down. Like he said, talk about his song that actually SOLD six million pure copies & is a hip hop classic, not this W.A.C.K crap that only survived because of streaming and will be in the same category as ‘Who Let The Dogs Out’ in 10 years lol.

    • MessyBoots December 16, 2020


      He is referring to WAP being 6x platinum, first of all.

      Next, if these girls or young men are so classless and raunchy it is because of HIS influence that he started in the 90s, alongside others.


  3. #TheTruth December 16, 2020

    Well… The outcome wasn’t insulting.
    But the intention is questionable… Would he ever say such a thing about a male raper preaching about fu<kin h0es left and right ? Or would he also advise him to stay virgin ? I don’t think so.

    • Shayla Queen 👑 December 16, 2020

      The male version of a song like WAP would be along the lines of – pull back my foreskin (if they have one), suck all the precum off my d*** that I’m leaking all over the floor and need a mop and bucket for, spread your p**** wide open and straddle me until I blow this big WET load deep inside your p**** and let it leak out, again, all over the floor that you need a mop and bucket for and lick it all up.

      So it down.

  4. Some1gottaSayIt December 16, 2020

    THATS all they rap about because they can’t get attention using actual talent or natural born looks .
    These build-a-bear 🐻 huexs better thank AUTO-TUNE & their
    Doctors 🥼💉💋💉🍑

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