Every election year, celebrities rally behind their candidates of choice. Most of the time, liberal candidates relish endorsements from big-name stars, hoping that will turn into many votes. And, in recent years, we’ve heard no end of angry complaints from celebrities about former President Trump.
It seems like attacking Trump has become a part-time job for many people in the entertainment industry.
Iconic rapper Snoop Dogg sat down for an interview with The Times. They asked the internationally renowned artist what he thought about Donald Trump. He minced no words when he talked about the Republican. You won’t believe what he said.
From The Post Millennial:
In an interview with The Times, the rapper said, “He ain’t done nothing wrong to me. He has done only great things for me. He pardoned Michael Harris.” He added, “So I have nothing but love and respect for Donald Trump.”
Harris was the co-founder of Snoop Dogg’s first record label, Death Row Records. According to the Daily Mail, he had served 30 years of a 25-year-to-life sentence for conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, before Trump commuted his sentence in January 2021.
During an interview, rapper Snoop Dogg revealed he had “nothing but love” for former President Trump. He praised Trump for pardoning Michael Harris, the co-founder of Snoop’s first record label, Death Row Records.
Harris had been in prison for 30 years for a 25-year-to-life sentence. While president, Donald Trump helped commute the sentences of many convicts. He received praise from many, including notable figures in the black community, for his work in prison reform. Work that, of course, was largely ignored by the mainstream media.
Snoop Dogg went on to hint that he might endorse a candidate this year. The last election year he endorsed someone was in 2012. The rapper did not reveal whom he might endorse. Should he endorse Donald Trump, it would send shockwaves through the country.
Joe Biden has seen a drastic drop in approval among black voters since 2020. He might struggle to bring in a sizeable black vote turnout this year. Should a famous rapper like Snoop endorse Trump, it might crush Biden’s chances with black Americans.
- Rapper Snoop Dogg claimed he had “nothing but love” for former President Trump.
- President Trump commuted the sentence of Michael Harris, a business associate of the rapper’s.
- Snoop Dogg revealed he is considering endorsing a candidate for the first time since 2012.
Source: The Post Millennial