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Snoop Dogg Talks Death Row Stories, Jay-Z's NFL Deal, Nipsey Hussle + More

May 04, 2020
Breakfast Club in the morning everyone is envious of DJ Angela Yee Charlamagne tha God We Are The Breakfast Club you have a special guest in the building quite a legend this is uncle

snoop

's shop that guy was headed to Breakfast Club old GG was happening my brand im slow motion with the post she trying to get to the ocean still having fun i did a pool party weekend and i see my cool part yeah the 50 cent oh cool part i see you having so much fun he was the everyone section was chasing Trey Songz down with slamming squirt guns thrown on wife squirt guns and Lucci even made him last rapper to leave that's what I found out I'm having so much fun at this party they say you know 50 they left two hours ago it was annie and i had to figure out how to get out of there if she asked you like you can give me a me not even that conversation i wont even like that yeah yeah they even go from that way i had i had fun no no adding one plus one to their 50 it wasn't cool it was just s or some of them are and i'm up and then i don't watch instagram later like oh oh oh no you go you're going to give it to somebody you had a good time but you're on the bill everything that's going on is because of that and you're right i forgot they didn't get along when i first saw the story but you pay attention to all that stuff that's going on yeah and i I was right in the middle because I like both.
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I did take the animals home but I was a guest of 50 so I didn't want to ruin my little treat by getting kicked out. Hi Snoop Dogg. goofballs lately it's nice to see you having so much fun like this especially in nyc because at a time when you were too much it was tension and beef i just wanna say if they had seen snow it just made me smile because he's running from a section To another, there's no security, you were just having fun, so how does it feel to be able to jus That's love, Layton, are they giving me?
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You know when you, when you weren't getting it, you weren't like that, but if you get something, you feel like you have to give it back and I felt like New York always loved. I felt it was a miscommunication and a misunderstanding at a certain point but I always kept my understanding with them because I stayed in their face and gave it to them and told them how I felt about certain situations and they respected that so now that I can become a grown man and really watch the rap game for what it's worth, I can come party with my nephews and party like the cool uncle that comes along and be like a man, my uncle is into me you know? my uncle a small one my grandma in the garage oh he has to go we here have the chrome I have the cds him here I always wondered if you ever felt like you have as survivors survivors remorse or something like that I don't know I mean I played a game that's supposed to that we should play so i look at it is i look at what it's worth for what it's worth like every year i find myself being a part of a song that everybody loves and i'm not even like something programmed or planned it's just like someone called me be like i get a song and then i'm back in the game.
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I'm musically relevant again because he's worried, so I can do some things here on this side that keep me relevant, but just being me, it's not. never me trying to play a role words like "man" i feel bad about this role i play later every role i play is so close to me or connected to me i don't even feel like i'm playing you i don't even like you use words like relevant you are a legend like you forever this fan base we have is up and down bland social media based and driven that 15 minutes of fame II its like you know way beyond 15 minutes i knew you too have no problem with no one and you have this song let the past be the past if you spoke here at The Bre akfast Club and even a song like one blood one just having peace around you turned to serenity and hasn't let all these things from the past go and people were shocked when they heard you said me and they trembled it's cool you know they're like wow how can you be cool after all they went through but you explained it so well Yeah, I mean, when you grow up to live and you're still on this earth, you have to realize why you're here like you weren't meant to. we bump into him we hang out together it's just like brothers like at some point you and your brother your sister mess around and you get a little mad but it's like man that's my brother man you know even if you were wrong where he went wrong he becomes a place in your heart where you like it i need to forgive him and i need to forgive myself even if i wasn't wrong just because nowadays you have to be the one to raise it instead of being the one to crash because they want to get us they have to finish us all and if we play against each other, we make an easy job, so I say no, I'm not going to accept that program.
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I'm trying to create a new show with love and really push it and it really means Waiting for him, did you come to that conclusion about forgiveness when he was working on your gospel album? my grandma had passed away and i was like she was always into gospel music and she could never listen to any of my songs so she was like man i feel bad my grandma had a famous grandson and she can't quote any of my songs and none. of it and i have to do something for her so when i did it i liked it and all my love with this is who i am like i've always been chilling the life for the party and

snoop

dogg

is like great with everybody it's not like if he had no problems and if it's the problem you call me to finish the problem so n Now I'm taking on the role of this is what I'm supposed to do all the time and he wasn't even there to accept your award at the Beatty Awards when you won the best mike epps wedding gospel.
Most important of a friend, he needed me, you know, I say so, so my wife and I went to get him back because he was in the marriage club, so when you're a black man, you know you get in the marriage club. having people around you who have been married to make sure all is well, guide you and help you. I'm a man now, so it's like I understand. for my friend and making sure he and his wife understand if they have a journey and we will be there for him because ours has ups and downs but we need that like they need us this is how going through things in their marriage makes it even stronger as you walk out you feel like things are at their strongest right now yeah because the things that we've been through you know you only see what you see but what you don't see are the ups and downs the arguments the misunderstandings i don't want to be with you i don't want to be without you i don't want to see anyone i wish no one did for you except me got a chance to have a camera on but if you see me walking hand in hand with my wife you'll feel like we never argued, We are regular, we argue, we fight because each other would do it all day, but not in front of you, yes. and you up and down for a minute yes minute and a half I want to thank you xx Bob when you said that in your acceptance speech did you know beforehand that you were going to name your name?
No, I didn't even know that I was going to establish in the speech that I was, uh, I didn't have anything prepared dr. Dre Quincy Jones when they spoke touched me because it's like I'm still a kid inside. I'm still a fan of hip-hop and a fan of what I do and I can't believe he's done so much. and see them up there speaking for me, so now it's my turn to speak. I'm not quite prepared, but I'm a big freestyler there, so like you know what I'm going to put together for my heart. until the end it was like i didn't say thank you to everyone in my life except me, hmm, like i feel like i deserve someone's credit for not being selfish, but being respectful of myself and loving myself and appreciating what I do so that way I don't have a crisis of feeling like I need someone's confirmation to move forward so that's what it was about, it just came to me and once it came out people went crazy saying this and i said i said let me take that moment and turn it into a record because it's warm in my life right now but you know how to give love and also give l to myself when you did it is at that moment you realize i have to start thinking in myself I think that's probably what happened because you know when you're doing what you're doing you never really get caught up in what you're doing I was explaining this to one of my friends while he was like man check it out because how could see my highlights when I have a game to play tomorrow?
I don't know what I don't know because I'm so busy trying to do something else I don't know what movie I was in what TV show what song what I'm on stage right now just to play it I have a teleprompter here because I only remember half of it and I say what no I don't want to be if you don't know my words and programs like me. I'm looking down, okay, I've got that eyeliner. I'm in the news with this, your new records, all the records. fans want to hear i'm not 22 and i'd be like man my mind would be like but boomer nazis like any click that's a lot of lyri cs to remember though we know worse and over a long period of time, have you seen these rap charts that came out in the last comment? order the arrangement to be created so that you get angry.
I'm not that guy like young Snoop Dogg. A store name would have been removed and people say its no better than me and its not but thats what thats for thats to make you bump into that rapper that has nothing to do with that link this is probably a sent home fan who just made that list who is a fan of the inferior rapper but just mixed it up trying to create that tension but I'm smarter than your average yogi bear so I know not to bite into that. I know you don't know, pay attention to that list because in my mind I'm not worried about that list, I'm worried about the list to get up. get out of here to go to heaven the list of rams and list not to what you're doing right now w what you're doing you're leaving right now what if you look at that listen you're not on it me and my god I haven't understood you he He told me last night sure man you better act yeah yeah that's my mommy Man did you see the conversation we had about two pockets?
No, girl. He said 92 to 96. Snoop was the biggest thought in the pocket. y'all had here in the east because at one point in time you had to see him for what Tupac was like he was at Interscope and they weren't really pushing him and giving him that his records were always great it was like he always had the best records for hide his songs but if his label was not giving him the attention and the push that

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-row had in the team and the support we had they didn't look at him as big as me but in my eyes he was always big like me or bigger than I was out before me you know what I'm saying so he was my partner but at the same time it was a level of respect so it was never about him being bigger than me, me being bigger than me, I mean he was bigger than me or I was bigger than him. he needs to be with us on any team if you notice the origin awards when we performed that night when snoop said all that and suge said all that yeah it was a dummy or a poster of tupac at a sale they all had a sale mmm tupac's was at a sale but he wasn't even in so he didn't even think about us being on

death

row that was me saying im gonna cut it be with us im in new york you see they cut us we heard

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about things that happened to him in prison and it was like we couldn't do anything healthy so I'm sure look we have to go put because on our team so I'm sure I'll make a

deal

. to bring him with us i step up and play deaf in the backseat he was mine he was my boat that's a fact i moved to wait till my l little cousin - hook us up give him all the beat dre was gonna give me give him a look californian californian love was dr. dre song that was dr.
Dre song the whole song dale we cater cause cause we love him we're fans of his and we're happy he's on our team it's like getting a star player to come play with two stars I compared it to the Warriors getting Kevin during oh my god and then something like that but we wanted it the Warriors took Kevin Durant to the Hamptons and quoted him because like we needed you that's how we did it for the party we were friends with Tupac and had a relationship with two pods before runner up death really was my friend Wow you know they became friends later because he sure was the boss and that's what Suge does he treats you like a king and gave him everything and he deserves it that he didn't get when he was at Interscope and then he's looking at everything I own I have a Rolls Royce I have a penthouse I have a big house He's in the penitentiary you don't have any of this so when he gets out he comes to court with me every day he and I bond and become We became best friends, we became thierry minded thug, DP GC, we became brothers now now it's like nothing. you could do to break our bond and even no one is

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Bigger than no one I'm trying to get out of the way and let you in and get all yours I'm working on a gate dad but the gate dad can wait we just have to rent he'll give us a championship the gate dad can take us to the playoffs but this will give us a championship if it looks good we look good I'm a team player so I had no problem bringing him in and letting him be a part of us because he was going to give us what we were missing he was going to put another spark in the building because we were just like us too i say cocky and confident and we felt like nobody's disease i wasn't afraid of the bad boy who was my homies mm-hmm but the bad boy ruffled some feathers in the building the egg was good and they were kind of using our technique like old school music, slow flow gangster music and Biggie was just cool mmm we respect him but everybody didn't respect him it's like when a ra came out but from the west that was great, everyone did it.
Don't respect that right you had to sneak off and play my music until it became you're not playing Snoop Dogg no it's okay now okay I'm saying it's like confirmation you have to get from people who they surround you to make sure. he's cool so we gave him two confirmation pockets before he hit death row because we loved him so it was never a competition it was never about who was hottest from this year to this year it was about try to win and have it on my team was going to make us win so when it came to the west like they didn't care smallpox movies before that, before death row, yeah, played over the rim, justice poetic, I didn't make him a star, a superstar, that's gangsta we're talking about. we say my being on the streets in the mix this is me it's just what I've been doing my whole career yeah mixing it to get in there you know and pop was the same way he just didn't have this the lights the cameras in action i had it when she dated digital underground and then when she was around that long it's like they pulled it back instead of exaggerating warning i dated dr.
Dre after he left NW we were in competition with eazy-e. dre doing my whole record at the time dr. Dre was the best producer on weed on land on water on anything and a half he made your whole record that's a moment that's in the heads of some of those kids that will never go away Tupac didn't have that moment until he came up with death row true snoop

dogg

have a glass of malone's song and nvidia what did you think of that that's their perspective you know when you from the streets have different perspectives on you know what really happened and what really happened nobody told that story me I would.
I haven't told you, but we knew that story. I knew, baby lang, why they messed with Tupac. don't do it when you're from the gang culture that's guys to what he did so it was like no one did it so with him there's no one to do it he came right in his did what he did walk in the party in anytime we were yes because that's a perspective that was never talked about and it had to be you. I know I'm saying that that's what he felt he had to do to tell that side of the story, but we already knew that side.
Did he share the song with you before posting it? part of the promotion, but I thought I was doing my thing so I couldn't really focus Woody Miles on my record and I had realized what it was. When you support it, it will be genuine. I don't want to be a part of whatever he's doing. I just want to hear what he's doing and I put my opinion on it based on I hear what he's doing because I thought it was put together some people say the best and worst thing that happened in the park was def broken was hmm it was because the influence didn't he realized how much influence he had but he was very influenced by if that makes sense mm- hmm he could have been

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of a leader and more of an influence instead of being influenced by like i say this all the time about athletes and artists it doesn't have no point joining a gang after being successful no point becoming active after being successful because it doesn't add look at the results of everyone who got active after being successful you don't have to say their names they spent their day in jail but the ones who were active before they start why they try not to be active when they succeed because they understand the consequences nowadays you dont see me still trying to still gangsta i know the consequences of that but e s enemy, I just don't walk with it every day, that's walking, walking around the party peacefully, shaking hands and taking pictures because I don't move like that, I don't.
I introduce myself as if I'm asking for trouble. I introduce myself as once, isn't it? So it's love, yeah, even in the one blooded one because you have the guy talking at the beginning and he's talking about people's opinions or his disapproval of the gang unit. Why? Did you want to advertise? d that because that's an active gang member doing life who probably killed five or six brothers via gang bang and that's what his conversation is about slang and McGee what his conversation is about he tells you that when he was on the streets they were trying to make amends but he wasn't woody he was about to kill and he's nobody and his mistake killed more in him they probably killed as many as he did but not as many and he let you know he was worthless now look where he is he's in the penitentiary right now doing life the same thing he was killing is the same thing he turned his back on sales this way he got about 60 his worst enemy to sales this way he got some Bloods his worst enemy they have to take care of each other when they go to chow they have to take care of each other you gave him saying that now you are forced to be a brotherhood when in the streets they were trying to stop you from doing this now they forced you to do it so he is trying I'm giving information to those youngsters on the streets th Look man I was tough as hell I was the center of gang bang and I'm here and I'm telling you it ain't worth it take me as an example don't become the next example so sharing his story was like perfect for what i was doing because i want to discourage you from gangbang it's not a story it's not a song and it makes you want to bang it's make you want to join what other bangers need to stop banging each other to play a lot Yo when you work hard your hands are a fashion to do what your hands had to be hard to write a blood a cause cause that was like a pinch to write it took me a minute because I was still trying from, um, you know, translate. his death like the massacre like that really broke my heart man it really broke my heart man like it really really broke my heart like really like a little kid who got his heart broken so it was like it was a little hard trying to go in and trying to write something in a spirit of you know how i celebrate it feeling like i feel ho how do i represent it in light that's going to make more sense so it was like he's still going to stop the violence from the gangs that he's had since the sixties, but he loved gang members and he loved Bloods and he loved YG and the bond that he had? with the capo and different neighborhoods he was impeccable he was like a soldier on the street so I knew that's what it was about so I want to make a record first giving him love and then showing what the spirit was about and then translating his spirit into a song that could be the reason why we should do it in his vein and do it in his lane and do it for his spirit and shake don't chill and don't hit and don't text each other because if you're doing that you're doing exactly what

nipsey

doesn't want whatever you do he wants you to be together on paper with each other that's why he and why he became the best of friends neighborhood was never supposed to be like this but he said you compared witty to jesus. yeah, why not the feats hitting that? kind of, I mean, look at the impact that it had, you know, I'm saying the same impact that Jesus had like a lot of people didn't know him, but they show one to find out which body has to pass away or and then once they found out about him they understood which one it was his legacy on the legacy of knowledge how to live even bigger with him without being here that's why i say i've never seen jesus what i've been hearing the body and you know we have a lot of faith in him and we know you know if you believe in him this is going to happen because your grandparents and the book of the bible have been giving you all this information it's like he's like that not when we leave that's what's going to happen I know because you can't touch him, you can't see him, you only have images of him and his image looks like jesus only the black version definitely doesn't look black see but we know yeah yeah that's ours ok? misconception because we have been giving misdirection and bad information so if you got the right information.
If you read the Bible, say that his hair was as if his skin was like bronze. They look like me. Very good, like me. and the eyes and all i'm looking at as a man please it is what it is it's only been about four months have you found any? i really understand death and i never did and even as a kid it was like easter it always baffled me because i remember the first time someone died in my family it was one of my uncle killed himself killed his girlfriend killed himself and that like i just threw a wrench in my fillings and then my grandfather died and it's like every time he died, which happened, then my friends start dying from gangs, like all the time, like when I went to school, I played soccer with them like you, you don't Don't get numb to it, but it's like it's the feeling. ok ok i guess that's how it's supposed to be and you know you're trying to see why they were here what they did when they were here and why i met them and what i'm supposed to take from their death and their life and that's what I do because as I was close to Tupac as my friend was Biggie as my friend was

nipsey

and all of them were not here in the morning I share special moments with him that I will never talk about some personal things with us that may have clashed may have been love but you never know I feel like God put them in my life for a reason hmm because they were shocking in hip-hop just like I am shocking I feel like what I'm doing is what Biggie, Tupac and Nipsey would definitely be doing If all the great things in community work and giving back and being positive and being a father were alive all those things is what they were created for it's only God picks and chooses who wants to take his plan to the mountain and that's what he wanted.
It's me, so I'll take it all with us. I said it was hard to write a song with Nate Dogg. Yes, it was a very difficult time because you know the dog is like my childhood friends, but it really got to me. Deep in hearing. him singing on that song just hearing his voice made me cry because I know what that song meant to him so it took me a while and when I finally brought in a writer I brought in the writer who could write something that could match Nate knows about energy and I didn't want to rap, I wanted to sing, I wanted to sing and be on the same page with him because it's about a relationship that I love, hey, I want to be with you, I don't want to be with you. you that scenario, but just walk away because it's one of the moments and Julian, when we finally came up with it, I felt good about it, I stopped crying and I felt like they could really be a healing thing that helped other people, not just me. hearing us together on the song as Nick vocal vocals well It was hard.
Was it something special that you always wanted to do when you were expecting? A long time. I had done that song with Frank, probably about two years before he passed away, and it just had his parts and it was blank and blank, so they never finished it, so when he passed away for a record, I have a woman, it's like I had a couple of songs per octave. crying i was like i like it but i got right to it so just give it to me here hmm and then i'll live with it for like three years.
Finally I will not put some money. I'll ask them to do the music. get to a place of healing when it comes to things like this i always like it its sure like my gospel album when i play thats when i want to cry thats what i want i like it alot but its crying for the right reasons i like to cry its crying tears of joy and maybe I have bad vibes I need to go out you know say no on Women listen to one of my homies and I wish my house could see me or be here with me I miss my grandmother it's that time and that's what I used that gospel before but i didn't like normal music it's to get into the mold like before i go on stage i have to have old school R&B from the sixties, seventies, eighties you know someone is singing falsetto and harmony and female singers i have to have that because he survived so when i go on stage i had to write energy then when i'm in my car i can hear rap maybe not it depends what the mood is you start working out so he he was working hard at one point. you would see me on the video going to the gym every big test mmm no no what i did was i just wanted to fix um you know whatI'm saying I had to go and get some but I fixed his eye now my was like a line to the right so I didn't like that so I'm a whistle on tour right?
I'm looking at the video footage like it's cool, I'm digging it because we can keep doing this the next time we go on tour and they said, "Let's take our shirts off." yeah i missed a few things this week so i watched him work out and i said you know what inspired me it makes me want to work out so i joined the same gym and d he joined and i did quests for about 140 days by myself working every day I was doing twice a day I was doing UFC I was eating right I was trying my best to get better because I felt like I was slowing down on stage I felt like I was losing my rhythm my grandson hurt my leg because I was walking and like he was going to fall and i tried to catch him and he didn't fall and i ended up hurting my leg and he's looking at me like this.
What are you doing? I'm fine, I have to go to the gym, so when I got to the gym, everything started working again, like everything, everything started working and I had a celebrity basketball game and I left. It was all up in the air and I was just like okay and then I was content I was like oh and I missed that first day I miss this and I envy I don't know how many days Jim and I just don't see eye to eye I have waste in my room every city at a time I'm going today I put some weights in there some 30 pound weights and I used to go in there and be like Bob before I went to do my interview ew so the job had it I could just be looking at them I think I look good for my age I think I did that looks like it's supposed to look my age when i see a lot of rappers letting it go to other places like i've been able to keep and keep everything in order and just to make sure it's all you know online and then on the inside too not just the outside also the inside because a lot a lot of us look good on the outside the inside is not really good you want to make sure the inside looks good so even with a better diet the best stuff that i put in myself instead of just being reckless would they let me get that sweet boy let me bring you cookies let me bring you that now lemme bring you grapes let me bring you cherries let me bring you plums and peaches yesterday i mean give me some of that when you were young and you saw all these things around you Did you think you were going to get to be the cool grandpa not in our neighborhood? 21 was a blessing.
Still always as you know praying to see 21 like this was like a major goal to get to 21 because you could be older you can move out of your mom's house and then you stayed a lot hmm I want to ask you one more question about death because you have seen a lot of people die around you and you know nipsey always referred to themselves as the two pockets of their generation you knew them both so that accurate comparison i think is very accurate because the spirit nipsey had was a spirit pocket and even like being up close and personal with people and just trying to give back I think Nipsey did it with Tupac he couldn't do it I think he went the stretch like you were running a 440 relay and you passed a cane I think the spirit of Tupac was nipsey like the seed you planted.
I think he said something about maybe not changing the world, but he was talking to see. I will plant the seed that will protect someone. I don't rap like him, but he moves. I like the way he knows he was adorable, but I was also excited by the way he was doing with the kids. There are many images and photos of him with children and community work in different neighborhoods and that is the same as Tupac. if you knew to park at Punky's to hang out alone before death row he stopped people that's why he got into a shootout cause he'd make himself available he'd pull over and the fans I liked gave him a pitcher's autograph he went to the store for yourself and certain people would try it and find that it can't be messed with, but that's his spirit and that's an FC spirit too, as people say, why doesn't he have a store in the neighborhood?
Do you need to navigate? he felt comfortable, man, that was his neighborhood, that was the spirit of what he was doing because he cared about Crenshaw, he loved Crenshaw, that was his heart and soul, he wanted to show them that you could do it in a place like this. gotta go to holl ywood beverly hills you don't move to a white neighborhood you can do it right here and own it now. I also see you'll be on Angie Martinez this show the untold

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of hip-hop yeah do you have a bunch of untold stories that one day you feel like you could hold because ja Rule with me today the show is cool but snoop stories Wow , I could imagine what we wanna leave but yeah my friend my friends do so I ain't gonna get in the middle of this mess untold stories sometime yeah yeah what a snoop dogg life story yeah I'll be yeah yeah yeah from vietnam on death row definitely tell him this is going to be called mm-hmm why from vietnam on death row because my father was in vietnam in 1968 and the life expectancy for a black man was sixteen point four seconds and he actually made it out of there he was shot three times he's a Purple Heart vet and I was born in 1971 so with that said I wasn't opposed to going through Vietnam ah but I made it to death row Wow is that La runner movie death keeps happening after staying out of content that kept saying we'd make a death row movie next.
I'm concerned about the Snoop Dogg life story because there are too many versions that have been out there that have been almost almost the same. It's time someone told the story from the insider's eyes perspective like even we should. it's like they don't tell his story to write which always shows the bad things he does and that's not cold, it's not fair, you know, I say it even though he was like a monster at a certain point but that's not fair, that It's not all that it was about, right, he was the one who sparked that Mother's Day thing and he brought it back into the community and you know we got active in the community, he showed us that we didn't know how to do it. that you had to have someone teach you we were just rappers trying to b Rappers are like nah we gotta do some active work in the community we gotta go find Danny Blackwood from the Brotherhood crusade we gotta go to things with these people and this and that. get them to look at each other get what i'm saying so it's like no one gave him credit for the great things he did it's like that's why i want to tell my story because my story will bring the good the bad and the ugly but it was more good at anything but you just don't listen even when it comes to black entrepreneurship.
I have never seen numbers like 300 million dollars. and like i say what the industry don't realize if it wasn't for him half of you rappers wouldn't even have a label or control to show god right now because he was a pimp the whole industry before to come out and you usually hit a hoe, they used a rapper, it happened to some of the greatest rappers of all time. r some of the bigger reps and he wasn't going to be immune to that but when he came out he shaped a different look than he had to look a little different we can't treat him like that he can be like Suge Knight he can be like we don't want to bother him because he's friends with suge knight and in a store giving up better

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s and they start to respect the craft of we have to respect him we can't just do it like we do. did black artists in the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's yeah I mean and that's the best data because artists from back in the day and that I went on and on with if they were still alive and put him in a song or they did something with him, they were very grateful and humbled because they have never seen money like that and that's why when a rapper tries to sample a song from my old school artists they charge him a lot because they never made requests for that money it's the first time they he can eat but if you're going to have a relationship even if he's still alive with the family you can figure something out you can make him understand look don't wait but you're not going to hit me let's hit them when you and sug talked if i had it or for those times when that you said there was a period of time where the things he did were like a monster did he show remorse for that did you guys have remorse for each other for how you treated each other?
I don't think he ever I don't think he ever said sorry because it's not in his nature but I know what he meant like our conversation let me know we could write I'll share this with you when we talk in the room one on one for the first time it was like a figure of speech in a hotel in Las Vegas so it was spontaneous it wasn't a plan it was like he saw me I seen him he was acting what's up? well we need to yell yeah we need to get out i believe in my safety i didn't mean you can want a room and cut it off we need to figure this out so we're already out ide you with him in yeah well because i wanted that to feel comfortable I want you to know that I am not afraid of you I am a picky eater Manny Manny and you you you in your strength right now you are not weak right now you are strong and I am strong well let's understand a little away from the clothes away from everyone in the clothes situation we are just meeting with you we understood each other and exchanged numbers we started to communicate going back to the routine then they locked him up i still communicated a warning through one of my friends we communicated and wanted to record the conversation just because I'm going to record it, yeah, so people can hear when I do my thing, what's our vibe away from all this drama as soon as we get ahead of it. the phone is what he says Oh you're working out now I tried to get you to work out years ago you're a song you know I wouldn't listen to you cause I mean listening to no one telling me how to work out looking at my look hearing my tone you think you are buff now huh not bu f*ck I'm just trying to live better now I was good I'm good from there come on you know his mom passed so I'm sorry about your mommy as a man that lady loves you I loved her too, man. your mom was a special woman man she loves you man she always so to me it's like saying we had it you don't have to tell me you saw it your mom loved me i loved your mom Sorry, she's gone.
You told me how much she loved me. This is a common ground of communication. The brothers don't know how to get to you. You don't have to say. let's never get there and once we start communicating we're going to have a more fun conversation i mean when we were hanging out than you dad you mean when pod did this and remember you told me to go find pop yeah because remember friend you told me to go look for him because i wasn't listening you did well look this is very humbling for me to hear him say this i know but it was never going to be long i told him no you say what It's understood, no need to say it in between hello, always wanted to, did you think he and Ray would ever come to an agreement with you, man, why do you care about forgiveness with this guy?
I know this is who I am as snoop dogg snoop dogg he knows from day one that i'm for the people, man i'm for that mess. I'm trying to make love and make people like me happy. what I'm doing is getting them to the point where they can't talk mm-hmm because you have to be someone who has to make the first move to be like you're not so bad, come on, cut it, won't you? bad, you know, get that off your chest, get that out of your conscience, you don't want to walk around without any rights, you know that none of that, you want to feel good about everything you're doing because you don't know when. you're going to leave you don't want to kick someone when he was already down why would you actually when he was up he was strong mm-hmm i wouldn't kick him when he was up sir i kicked him when he made the curtain.
I look at his bank account. It's like he's fine with no forgiveness. That's when you have to be. You smoke in every city, no matter where you are. buddy shows studio I'm not smoking here yeah yeah so I can smoke wordnet look he's trying to stop me right now that's why we don't want to get in trouble again tell snoop no if he decides he was the smoke I don't know we got in problems just now and it was different now boyfriends I'm not the little kid you should come with me and be silly breaking the rules because I can I don't do that PA don't do anything for me you know don't bother me when you carry with you you just have people i can tell you poor man but i got my license and that means i can move anywhere all the time because i'm a doctor you know really with so uninformed we're going to get to the other.it's all about black excellence huh?
TRUE? What inspired him to put on Slick Rick? I'm tired of seeing my people clash they talk about each other and criticize each other and I just want to show love in a song that's just about us showing love the whole song you know we work together and we don't hear it like that you know in the sixties and seventies you always heard songs about working together and you know brothers becomefamily and family reunion and doing things of that nature so I just want to do a song but give insight into how we were misinformed and how they always say the Holocaust is the biggest atrocity that's in the movie but ours didn't feel . imagine if they were filming us since the days of slavery you give them you send them america may have more compassion for our feelings than what we feel so these songs and steps the records i make i like and bring a slip en is a Mentoring is having wisdom and guidance and understanding and giving you a song that makes you feel good, but it's a message in it.
It's not like a song that says the word. I don't want to hear that. you're talking about they have some trying to do us good ok and i give up for the black reps in parliament house with the girls themselves and i wrote this before that i wrote this before donald trump started criticizing them. and put bands on like my mind is always like i see whats going on there let me grow some love on it cause thats important cause im tired of seeing girls shaking their butts and showing their titties and feeling like they got it already you know show your ass you can be something different use your mind like cover your body let a man have a little imagination and think and be like one of those women in the office change this a little bit do that like this that this is a thought. record to make you think while you listen but not to really get you out of the groove of listening now that says a lot coming from you because you've missed the bowls and vegetation tricks yeah i still do that too now no loot i don't know who you were talking about but i was like why did you want to write this? let me tell you there is a true story that is what it is but the terminology new loot is a new square in jail like someone going to jail for it is the first time and they have never been in that environment and it is an experience new to them so it's like a new booty isn't about me taking the booty but that's part of the process if you go in too hard too hard not knowing the circumstances there are men in there who are designed to do that then they won't come home they look at you as a girlfriend oh boy it was more important than a drink of water remember those situations are real so it's like you know don't go into that life if you're not prepared because I see a lot of people are making excuses that they are snapping well he didn't know it and they put it in they will know when you walk like a dead gangster you have to walk all the way to the end. out don't come halfway and start pointing fingers once you get there with him did this nothing i didn't know take it out take it out take it out all the way that's what I respect for if he doesn't point things he keeps it cheap.
I'm not trying to tell you not to knock anyone down. Would I take all these takes that you did? That shot I don't like. I can't respect you when you start to say. I don't care what your legacy is when you say this. all the way over, especially if you present yourself as that gangster who is the first rule over and over again culture is not a snitch, especially if you do. someone in particular it's about a lot of people in particular it's about artists i it's about athletes it's about people who are successful enjoying a game like why would you become a 25 year old football player and you meet some members now you throw up gang signs and you all do something stupid and then go to jail for murder and you had a football career yeah Aaron Hernandez was the perfect example oh yeah like this is good football. gangs out there like that became fascination you got fascinated with what you're seeing and then you see some guys that are doing that you do it you start doing it more and you feel like you realize you have a career man you're going to throw your career away for it and then the amazon you end up killing yourself come on man so you heard stories about guys thrown in jail like artists all you heard hears everything but in the end it's a guy screaming at the end of the record s Knowing what that the house will think, it can happen who did not lose a sugar in the loot wars.
They sure have guys on deck which Ray J said was yes. I'm a man. Look here. I have spoken of the great things. he did i dont know that i told y'all but im not a ray j i was with him therefore at one point i left yeah i got your mom here what does coach snoop think about the NFL and jay-z? and rock nation okay coach snoop doesn't know the intricacies of it he doesn't know the dynamics of it but what i would have loved to have seen was someone actually ask Roger Goodell a question about why you guys left out Colin Kappa.
I asked him that day. I didn't hear it, Everton. I didn't hear any audio. That's not good. was looking for you black dot no in between today because he couldn't find a job and he was better than 80% of the quarterbacks in the NFL starters included so it's like his skills are on that level but if the owners wouldn't have banded together and been like me, it's bad for business, they shut it down, that's why they settled for it. one to the wheels fell off whatever they had to give me a billion dollars then I would have settled but other than that it would have been for the money had it been for the cause and a support for everything and instead of jay -z he should have been there like let me be the one someone wants to push the calls let me be in the room with y'all to put my employers I'm going to start this awareness thing not to try to get credit but just to give you my opinion about something I created, I created consciousness, didn't Steven sniff?
He said some teams contacted someone who tried to sign him. Eddie says that he had some offers to see how the Ravens prove it. He said I know he was asked to be on that board, not the one of the same boards that JV has Malcolm Jenkins started a couple of years ago to impact change and now they're crashing, you've got crashing certain NFL players, but They don't like what's happening because it's what people don't understand. it comes from hip-hop, we don't have a commissioner, we don't have rules, regulations and structure, so we don't even know what they're going through, there's a hip-hop, you can do whatever you want to do. period, so now you bring someone who is from hip-hop and the drug world into your structure, it's going to be a problem if he's not in control because if he's not in control, everybody's going to start throwing rocks at jay-z. they don't do anything like they try to do it again and I like them while they go.
I beat myself trying to help mm-hmm but if he takes over and the NFL is over because there will be some real black owners that's right because us getting smart now we're getting very smart now and all the white owners that have that mentality of slaves, I know, and their children and grandchildren love this, they don't feel like they have a different perspective on interracial, they love this, they love the culture, that's why it's going to change for the benefit of a better world than what we will be owners a14 I'm not saying minority ownership won't hear that and it won't impress me I can't on a whole team because Floyd had the money Oprah had the money they tried to buy the Clippers they froze who taught about the Clippers Floyd oh boy there's a bunch of my foot started by the Clippers who won that early when the owner went bad blacks pooled their money like we wanna buy this hey no it ain't right how much money y'all not just nothing even like what you and he don't they own that team just nothing he's clear it was a black owner previously Bob Johnson that's what I do he owned it put it on me I don't like that majority-minority check yourself these clothes I'm wearing these are mine from me father, you know minority-majority was what that meant.
I judge not. Definitely below the Bobcats. I knew it. I do not know. Because I saw that he would almost have rings that he co-owned. done but i was going to say why do people choose their sides we should want jay-z to work and we should root for the captain to be on a team like he doesnt sell people to his eyes but thats the willie lynch mentality , mentally broke us. with that mentality well you gotta pick and choose they can't be together um that's why we have to do things to break that mentality to be like you know what we hug Jay-Z and we hug the NFL huh?
Now what because it was someone? haunting me all day yesterday, little white guy with a little snoop camera, how do you feel about jay-z and the nfl thing? football in my face a lot someone hit you with that enough if that was THC you would be I really appreciate you joining us and sure the man has a hit man. You have that black man. He is not a cheap man. You have a little record, but I say that he belongs to you. his rap name was when he started rapping what was your rap name when you started van winkle rob van winkle it's the concept of vanilla ice black men don't cheat it's cool i don't really love it i accept it i love i love i let it conceptualize 'Cause it's like somebody's got to post it, you know I'm saying, tell the truth, stop lying to us exactly, married man, yeah, stop lying on earth, post it though.
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