The West Coast rapper took to his Instagram to announce the warning. “Which one of you jigaboo a** ni**as going to do it,” Snoop said in an Instagram video. “I’m waiting for you to do so I can roast the f**k out of you.”
Currently, Snoop’s roasting roster is limited. Recent reports have highlighted that Trump’s camp is having a hard time finding performers for the event, with the only confirmed acts being Jackie Evancho; Big & Rich; Cowboy Troy; the Mormon Tabernacle Choir; and Talladega College’s Tornado Marching Band (the latter of which has caused some controversy with alumni).
“We were a bit horrified to hear of the invitation,” Shirley Ferrill, a member of Talladega’s Class of 1974, said in an interview with CBS. “I don’t want my alma mater to give the appearance of supporting him. Ignore, decline or whatever, but please don’t send our band out in our name to do that.”
Ferrill also launched her own petition urging the college to withdraw from the event.
Maybe this warning from Snoop will be enough to make the Tornado Marching Band finally reconsider, but we will see. This would not be Snoop’s first time making jokes at the expense of the entrepreneur and The Apprentice star. Back in 2011 Snoop was a part of “The Comedy Central Roast of Donald Trump.”
During the special he proceeded to drop this gem: “Donald’s saying he wants to run for president and move into the White House. Why not? It wouldn’t be the first time you’ve pushed a black family out of their home.”
Check out Snoop’s Instagram video below, and be on the lookout for his roasts of the performers (and Trump) come inauguration day on January 20.