‘Kick This Evil B****rd Out’: Snoop Dogg Reveals Racist UK Fans Tried To Cancel Him But The Queen Was Such a Fan She Ordered Them to Stand Down

Snoop Dogg is the OG Gangsta. You might think that you’ve got him. But that’s where you’re wrong. He’s got everything. The 50-year-old rapper is well-known for his unparalleled drip and carefree attitude. But these are the fellas who get the most caught up in problems. And that is when they need their friend’s help to push them through that phase. But Snoop’s got no friends. He has got homies, one’s who have got his back. And his network runs quite deep.

Snoop Dogg was facing time

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Snoop Dogg was in deep trouble for allegedly killing a man

Snoop Dogg faced a particularly precarious situation back in 1994. He, along with his then bodyguard, was arrested for the killing of a man in Los Angeles in 1993. The duo was charged with first-degree murder.

And things looked dire for the Bad Decisions singer. He was in the United Kingdom for shooting purposes. But calls were being made to have him expelled from the country. People were of the opinion that his acts had crossed the line and that he should be made to pay for his crimes. He was in deep trouble.

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Snoop Dogg gets help from an unexpected source

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Snoop Dogg showed everyone who is the boss

But Snoop Dogg is not one to be daunted by these threats. Snoop Dogg has now revealed how he got through the trying times. The voices of dissent against him got a solid form when there was a headline on a UK newspaper cover in 1994, which called on people in power to “kick this evil bastard out”. 

In an interview with DJ Whoo Kid, Snoop recounted his harrowing experience, and he disclosed that amidst all that clamor he got support from a rather unlikely source. The Queen of England, that is.

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The Queen said ‘This man has done nothing wrong.’

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Queen Elizabeth came to the Dogg’s rescue

Snoop said in the interview, “It’s a headline…That shit is documented. They had a picture of me on the front…there was like, ‘Kick this evil bastard out.’” 

He continued, “This was while I was fighting a murder case, over there [in the UK] doing shows. But guess who came to my defense? Just take a guess.” 

That is when he beamed in glory, “The queen.”

An absolutely unbelievable fact. Snoop added more details about what the queen said, “The queen said, ‘This man has done nothing in our country. He can come.’”

He also suggested that it might be because of her grandkids, Harry and Williams, begging their grandmother to protect them. The Dogg fandom does run far and wide. How far, no one can really fathom.

Watch the video here: 

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Source: YouTube, NME

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Smriti Sneh
Smriti Sneh

Smriti Sneh is a Content Writer at Animated Times specializing in celebrities and everything pop-culture. Being a literature graduate from the University of Lucknow, she is cashing in on her writing skills by working in the entertainment news sector - studying literary theories by day, and navigating celebrity net worths through the night. Although you can find her writing poems at any and all hours.

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