...and why he called Donald Trump a "punkass."

By Hayden Wright

Snoop Dogg sat down with Rolling Stone for a roving interview about some of his favorite things: Weed, family, and Martha Stewart. The sit down also touched on the movement to stop police brutality and how Snoop feels about #BlackLivesMatter. He even announced interest in touring with Dr. Dre in the near future. Here are some highlights from the magazine’s one-on-one:

Snoop on becoming a grandfather at 43 years old:

“It’s the best feeling in the world, man. Watching my grandson crawling, being what my son was to me, it’s a chance to love my son all over again.”

Snoop on calling Donald Trump a “punkass”:

“How could we have someone as reckless as him running our country? I been around for a long time. I seen Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Bushes, Clintons. And I never seen a motherf—– like him.”

Related: Snoop Dogg to Co-Host ‘Dinner Party’ Series with Martha Stewart

What to expect from Snoop’s dinner party show with Martha Stewart: 

“A little bit of food, drinkin’ and maybe some of that sticky-icky in the air – depends on the network!”

On police brutality and wokeness:

“Every day of our lives, this is what we’ve been going through with the police. Getting beat, getting pulled over for nothing, getting harassed, getting killed. All that s— been going on for years, but now there’s cameras and now they’re saying everybody’s woke. No, we’ve been woke.”




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