WASHINGTON (Circa) — Snoop Dogg was in Washington, D.C. last week and decided to stop by the White House to protest President Trump.
“While you ni**as is voting and doing all this other bulls**t, I’m at the White House, ni**a, smoking. Ni**a, fu** the president,” the rapper said in an Instagram post.
Snoop Dogg's video captures a few moments on a bench in Lafayette Square Park, just outside the White House. He starts smoking marijuana just before speaking to the camera.
"I just had the urge to go to the White House....and not only go to the White House, do some gangsta sh**," the artist said in one of his videos.
While marijuana is legal to possess for those over 21 years of age in the district, it is still a criminal violation to use in any public space.
The rapper, who had previously visited Howard University, wore a necklace that was inspired by Wakanda - a fictional foreign land that is the inspiration behind the hit Marvel Comics and Disney movie "Black Panther."
The videos on his page have been viewed and liked millions of times.
(h/t Consequence of Sound)