Snoop Dogg’s album cover features him standing over Trump’s corpse

  • The cover of Snoop Dogg’s new album features a corpse labeled “Trump”.
  • The artwork directly references the cover of Ice Cube’s 1991 album, “Death Certificate”.

Snoop Dogg’s new cover for his recent EP, “Make America Crip Again,” features the rapper standing over a dead body labeled “Trump.”

The artwork directly references the cover of Ice Cube’s 1991 “Death Certificate” album. On this cover, Ice Cube stands above the corpse of “Uncle Sam”.

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When Snoop Dogg released the album’s title track in late October, he told Rolling Stone the song was “not a political statement or act”.

“It’s just good music,” he said. “Some people think we should make America ‘great again’, but this time they’re referring to still takes me back to separation and segregation, so I prefer “Make America Crip Again”. “

Snoop Dogg’s music video for his song “Lavender‘, released earlier this year, showed him shooting a clown dressed as President Donald Trump. The president condemned the video and the rapper in a tweet.

Snoop Dogg released “Make America Crip Again,” an eight-song project, on October 27.

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