AceShowbiz - Following speculations about Snoop Dogg slamming young rappers like Young Thug and Lil Uzi Vert in his recent music video for "Moment I Feared", the veteran rapper has clarified that he didn't intend to diss anybody in the clip. He claimed that he simply wanted to show his support and respect to the new generation of hip-hop.
"Nah, I ain't poking fun at anybody," he said. "It's a video. I'm acting in the video. The director directed it. It's just a video. It could be a number of people. It's a lot of people it could be. But it's just me letting people know I respect what the youngsters are doing. This is what they do. How they do it. I respect that."
Snoop also noted that he was recently featured on Young Thug's latest project "Beautiful Thugger Girls". He concluded, "He's my nephew."
Well, Snoop surely had a unique way to show his respect and appreciation, because it was hard to say that "Moment I Feared" video didn't make fun of anybody. The clip introduced a funny character named Fonz-D-Low who resembled Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert and Lil Yachty.
Many people even considered the visuals as openly homophobic. At some point in the clip, Fonz wore high heels and a dress, posing like Young Thug on the rapper's cover art of "Jeffery". When Snoop asked him if he's gay, Fonz answered, "Yes! I'm happy. I'm happy right now in my career... Happy means gay."