Snoop Dogg threatens to boycott Facebook for banning Louis Farrakhan
Snoop Dogg raged against Facebook for banning his “dear brother” Louis Farrakhan in an expletive-filled rant in which he also threatened to boycott the site.
The livid “Gin and Juice” rapper went off in a pair of videos posted Thursday on Instagram.
“Facebook and Instagram just banned the minister Louis Farrkahn. I want to know for what,” Snoop said. “All he ever do was tell the truth. What if we ban y’all? What if we start f–ing with y’all, Facebook and Instagram?
“I stand with him. Ban me motherf–er! Ban me! Because I’m gonna keep posting this s–t … F–k y’all who got a problem with him.”
Farrakhan is among several extremist figures, including Infowars host Alex Jones and political commentator Milo Yiannopoulos, who have been deemed “dangerous” by Facebook and permanently banned from the site.
In response, Snoop urged his 31 million followers to post videos of the controversial black nationalist, who has espoused anti-Semitic views before.
“If you down wit’ it like I’m down wit’ it, post your favorite Minister Farrakhan video on your Instagram and Facebook page,” Snoop said in another video. “Can’t ban all of us!”
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