News: Snoop Dogg Calls Mitt Romney A White N-Word? "He Looks Like He Says 'N*gga' All The Time"
Friday, Oct 5, 2012 1:55PM
West Coast rapper Snoop Dogg is not keeping silent on who gets his vote in next month's presidential election by reportedly penning a "Why I'm Not Voting For Mitt Romney" list.
Snoop Dizzle also penned the reasons why he is showing support for President Barack Obama.
Snoop Dogg posted a "Why I'm Not Voting for Romney" list on his Instagram page ... which is totally blowing up ... and it includes reasons like, "He's a white n**ga" ... and "He's a ho." The list -- which people are saying was written by someone else -- includes: -- "He is a white n**ga." -- "He looks like he says 'n**ga' all the time" -- "He always interrupts and talks over people like he's better than them. Bitch, I will beat the sh*t out of you." -- "He's a Mormon but he ain't got no hoes." The post also includes the top 10 reasons to vote for Obama ... including the fact that Michelle has a "fat ass." (TMZ)
A few nights ago, Atlanta rapper Lil Scrappy weighed in on the first presidential debate.
"Mit Romney does nothing but criticise the president #BarakObama an he nver explains his plan or y do he not want middle class n under on top," Scrappy tweeted October 4th.
"Wow so n*ccaz talkin bout how I spell the maggots name ,yall n*ccas really said f*ck wut I ment an criticise my spellin only #blackfolk" (Lil Scrappy's Twitter)
On his new "To the World" Cruel Summer track, rap star Kanye West takes a swipe at Romney.
G.O.O.D. Music's anticipated Cruel Summer album won't officially be released until September 18, but the LP leaked to the Web on Thursday, and in addition to that off-the-wall feature from R. Kelly on the opening track "To the World," 'Ye throws a quick jab at Mitt Romney. Oh, and he repeats it, just to make sure no one misses it. Including a quick shout-out to Rick Ross and his hit "Hold Me Back," West spits, "I be all up in Goldman Sachs like these n---as tryna hold me back, these n---as tryna hold me back/ I'm just trying to protect my stacks/ Mitt Romney don't pay no tax, Mitt Romney don't pay no tax." (MTV)
Young Money leader Lil Wayne recently caught fans' attention with a Romney reference.
"Cashed Out" is a cover of "Cashing Out," by a track by southern rapper Ca$h Out. If that seems redundant, it is -- Wayne's Dedication mixtape series features the Young Money Cash Monday Billionaires label boss doing his best to outdo other performers on their own beats. (Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't .) Wayne's version starts with the following intro (voiced by someone other than Wayne: "As another election year upon us. This last four years has been good to me. A couple of dollars in a couple different bank acccounts. Some here, some off shore. N---a call me Mitch Romney!" It's unlikely that this person doesn't know that Romney's first name is actually Mitt. It's more likely that this person wanted you to notice that "Mitch" rhymes with "b--h." (Huffington Post)