January 19 is president Trump’s last full day in office and he is widely expected to issue dozens of pardons. Hip-hop legend Snoop Dogg has been lobbying President Donald Trump to pardon co-founder of Death Row Records Michael “Harry-O” Harris.
Harris, was convicted of attempted murder and kidnapping in 1988. He is currently being held at a Federal Correctional Facility in California.
“The president knows how much this case means to me, In reviewing Michael Harris’ case, his story, and what he’s gone through, this is such an unfair case… He should have been home a decade ago. I really felt for this man. I am very hopeful that he will be home before the end of the Trump administration.” – said Alice Johnson, who became a criminal justice reform advocate after Trump pardoned her life sentence.
Just two years ago Snoop clashed with Trump over a music video where he shot a fake gun at a clown that resembled Trump.
‘Can you imagine what the outcry would be if @SnoopDogg, failing career and all, had aimed and fired the gun at President Obama? Jail time!’ Trump wrote on his since-deleted Twitter account.