Snoop Dogg challenges Cancel Culture, References DaBaby, Reveals huge boy band wants his feature

Snoop Dogg has a thought or two when it comes to Cancel Culture


Clubhouse has fully established itself as the go-to place for viral conversations. The app has been used by a number of rappers to discuss various topics. In the midst of heated debates and controversial topics, Gen-Z and Millennials have joined forces together to create “Cancel Culture.” Many artists, politicians, and entertainers have been affected by the trend, and Snoop has some opinions about it.

The California rapper recently appeared on Clubhouse to talk with Druski where one of the subjects discussed was the cancel community. During the interview, the rapper claimed he would like someone to try canceling him.

“I wish a motherf*cker would try to cancel me,” Snoop said after revealing that he has no regrets in his career. Adding that the cancel culture is only effective if “you believe it when they’re trying to cancel you.”

Snoop also mentioned DaBaby and Chappelle, saying:

“Because you see DaBaby, you see David Chappelle, you see certain motherf*ckers, like, ‘If you do not get out of here with that sh*t… Give a week ni**a I will be back up.” Adding: “You got to believe it. You got to know that your base is your base. The cancel community is not bigger than my fan base. Let’s match up ni**a… Cancel community ni**a meet up. Line up. Cancel community I need you ni**as to line up, Snoop Dogg fan base, mount up.”

Snoop also disclosed near the end of the interview that BTS, a South Korean boy band, is trying to get him on a song. The 50-year-old rapper said:

“I be getting features [requests] from the ni**as that got 35 dollars and I get calls from the biggest artists in the world. I got a group named BTS that is waiting on me to do a song with them right now, and I am trying to figure out if I got time to do this sh*t.” He also revealed that BTS is asking not only for collaboration but for a music video too.

Check out the interview below:


It was recently announced that Snoop Dogg will be one of the performers at Super Bowl LVI halftime show that will air on February 13. See the full story HERE