Snoop Dogg Calls Arnold Schwarzenegger “Racist,” “B*****d” in Instagram Video

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Snoop Dogg has a bone to pick with former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and it’s not pretty!

The award-winning rapper took to his Instagram to post some rage-fuelled videos calling out Schwarzenegger for being racists and using his power to help only his own friends.

Snoop Dogg’s Instagram account featured the videos in which the rapper doesn’t hold back on the cussing to get his point across. Snoop accuses Schwarzenegger of reducing the prison sentence of Esteban Nunez, who was arrested for manslaughter and later has his sentence dramatically reduced by the former governor of California because Nunez’s father is a close friend of Schwarzenegger.

Snoop Dogg attacked Schwarzenegger for his actions and pointing out that the Terminator actor didn’t apply the same sort of lenience to Cribs gang leader, Stanley “Tookie” Williams, who was sentenced to death in 2005.

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“Arnold Schwarzenegger’s a straight bitch. Punk motherf*ucker … I can’t stand you. You’re one motherf*ucking racist piece of shit [sic],” Snoop Dogg rages in one video.

Esteban Nunez is the son of Fabian Nunez, who is an ex-California Assembly Speaker. The senior Nunez admitted to turning to his close friend for help getting his son out of trouble. Esteban Nunez was sentenced to 16 years in prison for stabbing an unarmed college student in 2008 and ended up serving less than six years of that sentence. On the other hand, Williams had been arrested for dozens of gang-related murders decades before he was given lethal injection. While in prison, Williams actually penned numerous books touting anti-violence and anti-gang ideologies as well as a number of children’s books.

Schwarzenegger’s camp has yet to comment on the videos, though we’re not sure what it could possibly say to justify its actions. Dogg makes a solid complaint and sheds light on the numerous disadvantages that people of color from low-income situations continue to face and the ways in which the government often punishes them rather than provide help.

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