Rapper Snoop Dogg’s six-year-old criticism of former President Donald Trump resurfaced during the final hours of Trump’s tenure in the Oval Office, according to sources close to the White House.

The feud between the two figures dates back to 2018 when Snoop Dogg openly condemned Trump and Kanye West, stating that anyone who supported Trump was a racist. His bold comments reverberated across the nation, drawing both praise and criticism from different quarters.

Fast forward to Trump’s last days in office, and sources reveal that the then-president was consumed with thoughts of Snoop Dogg, unable to shake off the rapper’s scathing remarks. According to insiders, Trump was overheard expressing his frustration, bluntly stating, “Well, f— him,” in reference to Snoop Dogg.


The revelation sheds light on the unexpected impact of Snoop Dogg’s criticism on the highest office in the nation, with Trump reportedly stewing over their beef during his final moments in power. As the clock ticked down to President Biden’s inauguration, Trump’s renewed fury at the rapper triggered a flurry of efforts to convince him that Snoop Dogg had softened his stance.

Interestingly, during the same period, Snoop Dogg was silently advocating for the White House to grant clemency to his longtime friend Michael “Harry-O” Harris, who was serving a lengthy sentence for attempted murder and drug trafficking charges. However, Trump’s lingering resentment towards the rapper threatened to derail the campaign for Harris’s clemency.

Despite the tension between Trump and Snoop Dogg, justice prevailed when Harris was granted clemency in January 2021, marking a significant victory for the rapper’s behind-the-scenes efforts.