Snoop Dogg Believes He Won't Fall Victim to Cancel Culture Because His Fanbase Is 'Bigger'

The 'Young, Wild and Free' hitmaker dares the cancel community to take him on because he is convinced that will get back on his feet again in just one week.

AceShowbiz - Snoop Dogg is not afraid of getting canceled. When offering his two cents about cancel culture, the "Young, Wild & Free" hitmaker said he believes that haters could never drag him down because his fanbase is "bigger."

"I wish a motherf**ka would try to cancel me," the 50-year-old declared when speaking to Druski in his "Behind the Vest" Clubhouse room. "Cause you see DaBaby, you see Dave Chappelle."

"You see certain motherf*ckers, like, 'If you don't get out of here with that s**t.' Gimme a week n***a, I'll be back up. You know what I'm saying?" the emcee boasted. "You gotta believe it. You gotta know that your base is your base."

The "Straight Outta Compton" actor went on to note, "You can't...the cancel community is not bigger than my fanbase... Let's match up n***a." He then added, "I beg to differ. Cancel community meet up. Line up. Cancel community, I need you n***s to line up."

Snoop himself has had a fair share of facing criticism. Back in February 2020, he was accused of threatening Gayle King over her questions about Kobe Bryant's rape case when interviewing former WNBA star Lisa Leslie.

"What do you gain from that? We expect more from you Gayle. Don't you hang out with [Oprah Winfrey]? Why are you all attacking us? We're your people. You don't come after Harvey Weinstein, asking those dumba** questions," he fumed at that time. "I'm sick of y'all. Funky doghead b***h. How dare you try to torch my homeboy's reputation, punk motherf**ker. Respect the family and back off, b***h, before we come get you."

However, he already apologized to Gayle. "Two wrongs don't make no right. When you're wrong, you gotta fix it. So with that being said, Gayle King, I publicly tore you down by coming at you in a derogatory manner based off emotions…me being angry at questions that you asked. Overreacted," he acknowledged.

"Should have handled it way different than that. I was raised way better than that," the hip-hop star added. "So I would like to apologize to you publicly for the language that I used and calling you out on your name and being disrespectful."

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