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Artist Known For Trolling 50 Cent With Murals Sets His Sights on Snoop Dogg

Artist Known For Trolling 50 Cent With Murals Sets His Sights on Snoop Dogg

 

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Snoop’s mural puts his face on Barack Obama’s body.

The anonymous artist known as @lushsux is at it again. On Friday, he took to Instagram to post his latest work of art. This time around, he’s got a new target: Snoop Dogg.

 

 

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would u vote for him? @snoopdogg

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“Would you vote for him?” the caption reads. The mural mashes up Snoop with former President Barack Obama. Shortly afterward, Snoop posted his reaction on Instagram. The tone was more amused than 50’s. “Is this the same artist that be Fuccn wit u?” he asked, adding a shrugging emoji.

 

In the past few months, Lushsux has gained thousands of followers. His murals combined pictures of 50 Cent with figures like Donald Trump, Tekashi 6ix9ine, Post Malone, Mike Tyson, and more.

Earlier this week, Lushsux revealed that he’s been confronted and attacked over his art on multiple occasions. He said earlier this month, a group of men attacked him, leaving him hospitalized.

“I don’t like to bring up all the bad stuff I have to deal with just to paint some [humorous] images,” he wrote. “But I guess now is a chance. I constantly have to unwillingly fight people on the street who for whatever cooked reason seem to feel the need…to start trouble.”

Lushsux assured fans that he would continue to make his artwork, despite the setbacks.

“It’s tiresome,” he added, “but it will not ever stop me doing what 99.8% of everyone else seems to get a hearty chuckle out of because they aren’t sociopathic pieces of shit.”

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