Snoop Dogg Responds To Rumors That He Was Kicked Out Of Long Beach
A few days ago, Snoop Dogg visited his home town in Long Beach, and there was a rumor stating that he was kicked out of his old neighborhood in Long Beach by his own set. Well, that didn’t sit to well with Snoop Dogg. He released a video on his Facebook addressing the rumors. I must say, Snoop Dogg is still the hood guy you do not mess with. First and foremost, for those who do not know what happened, read about the incident below.
Snoop Dogg had his ghetto pass officially revoked.
The legendary Long Beach rapper was in his hometown with some security when members of the Rolling 20 Crips spotted him. They approached Snoop and made it clear he had to bounce before things got “heat’d.”
Hood correspondent, Crischon Corne, was on hand for the incident and posted about it on Facebook.
“Long Beach Rolling 20 Crips just kicked Snoop Dogg off the hood.”
“Snoop just rolled through the hood and s**t, down Martin Luther King…about 3 or 4 cars deep with security, trying to show his presence,” Crischon says, “The homies were ready to blow his a**…They straight kicked Snoop Dogg off the hood.”
“These n***as out here really gonna gun him down though.”
The beef comes from Snoop claiming LBC and dropping Crips references on his tracks, but not paying royalties to Rolling 20s. “This gang banging s**t is real. It ain’t Hollywood, and all that s**t n***a talk about during the songs,” Corde says in his post, “He ain’t live that s**t.”
“They really want their money though. N***a claiming hood, claiming rolling 20 Crip…the homies want their kickback for that s**t.”
Until he starts paying his respects with those checks, Snoop might need to steer clear of LBC for a while.