Snoop Dogg on Imus: Rapper's Ho's Are Different (Video)

Snoop Dogg responds to the Imus controversy:

“Rapper’s ho’s are different… They’re just trying to get a n—- for his money.”

And, this…

“I will not let them mutha—-as say we in the same league as him (Imus).”

Sean Hannity struggles with his Snoop Dogg lines:

VH1 and MTV posted the interview:


Snoop Dogg has issued a new warning: Don’t dare to compare his lyrics — or any other MC’s — to syndicated radio host Don Imus’ recent racially inflammatory comments about the black women on the Rutgers University women’s basketball team.

Admittedly, Snoop and some of his peers have called women “b—-es” and “ho’s” in their lyrics, but as the Dogg put it Tuesday afternoon (April 10), there is no parallel to what Imus said.

“It’s a completely different scenario,” said Snoop, barking over the phone from a hotel room in L.A. “[Rappers] are not talking about no collegiate basketball girls who have made it to the next level in education and sports. We’re talking about ho’s that’s in the ‘hood that ain’t doing sh–, that’s trying to get a n—a for his money. These are two separate things. First of all, we ain’t no old-ass white men that sit up on MSNBC [which announced Wednesday it would drop its simulcast of Imus’ radio show] going hard on black girls. We are rappers that have these songs coming from our minds and our souls that are relevant to what we feel. I will not let them mutha—-as say we in the same league as him.

Snoop did say, though, that the media needs to treat Imus as it treats some MCs (or football players, even).

“Kick him off the air forever,” he said. “Ban him like they did [Adam] ‘Pacman’ Jones. They kicked him out the [National Football] League for the whole season [for numerous violations of the NFL’s personal-conduct policy, including multiple arrests], but this punk gets to get on the air and call black women ‘nappy-headed ho’s.’ “

At the time of this interview, Snoop’s arraignment on felony charges (possession of a firearm and sale or transportation of marijuana) was looming, but on Wednesday afternoon (April 11), he pleaded no contest to the charges and was sentenced to five years’ probation and 800 hours of community service.

Michelle Malkin offers a few more lines from THE CULTURE OF “B—-ES, N—-S, AND HOS”.

Ace links to this article from the Kansas City Star: “Instead of wasting time on irrelevant shock jock, black leaders need to be fighting a growing gangster culture.”
Hat Tip Larwyn

Maggie’s Farm has more on the race propaganda floating in the media the last while.

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