Rapper Snoop Dogg shoots a clown character named "Ronald Klump" who is dressed as President Donald Trump in a new music video released Sunday.
The video for the Snoop Dogg remix of the song "Lavender" shows a world where everyone but Snoop Dogg are clowns. The song and video are about police brutality, the Hill reports. The lyrics in the video are explicit.
At 2:07 in the video, Klump is speaking at a podium for the "Clown House" when an object comes from the side and clubs him over the head. At 3:00 in the video, Snoop Dogg fires a toy gun at Klump's head, with a "bang" flag dropping out of the gun when he pulls the trigger. Klump is later seen standing wrapped in chains.
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Snoop Dogg was a supporter of Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election. Snoop Dogg did appear on Comedy Central's "Roast of Donald Trump" as a roaster.
In an interview about the "Lavender" video, Snoop Dogg says that, "nobody’s dealing with the real issue with this f–king clown as president."
There's been no shortage of bad attempts at humor while discussing assassinating politicians. During the 2008 election, conservative commentator Liz Trotta had to apologize for a "lame attempt at humor" for a joke she made about then-Senator Barack Obama being assassinated. Then-Senator John Kerry also made a joke about killing then-President George W. Bush while talking to Bill Maher.