In this Sept. 17, 2016 file photo, Snoop Dogg speaks while being honored with the "I am Hip Hop" award at the BET Hip Hop Awards in Atlanta (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)
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Rap great Snoop Dogg has drawn controversy for appearing to shoot U.S. President Donald Trump in a new video that also takes aim at police brutality.Snoop Dogg, an early figure in California gangsta rap who had mellowed in recent years, this week released a video for "Lavender" in which most actors are clowns.Snoop Dogg said he was aiming to make a video that was "not controversial but real".While most musicians have steered clear of violent imagery, rocker Marilyn Manson last year made a video in which he appeared to behead Trump.
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