Why the live of popular or famous people seem identical with snag? Maybe you can ask this to Snoop Dogg and you'll probably get a reasonable and satisfying answer. He's one of the many causing public to black-list the celebrated as he's been involved in many lawsuits. One and the latest is the smackdown incident he caused in his and fellow the Game's "How the West Was Won" tour. Richard Monroe is his victim, who admits he's been tortured like a slave during Snoop's "Gin & Juice."
Detailing the incident, Monroe says he was invited up on stage by the two rappers and was reaching the platform when suddenly a large group of people, including Snoop, began to hit and kick him repeatedly. Further he claims his diamond studs were ripped from his earlobes, and his watch, cell phone and wallet were all stolen while he was poured with alcohol. Snoop and the Game, on the other hand, claim Monroe rushed the stage on his own and threatened them after the've been targeted in attacks before.
Concerning the smackdown, there have been no charges filed. Rather, Monroe only gave police his statement Sunday night and was telling his side of the events to the news media by Monday.