Snoop Dogg, much like many other people in America, is still scratching his head over Donald Trump being President of the United States. Recently, the Doggfather was the subject of controversy after he released his “Lavender” video, which he fired a gun at a clown resembling Donald Trump.

In an interview with, Snoop explains that he feels that President Trump is a man without a plan in the Oval Office. “I don’t know where we’re at as a country," he said. "It’s like [Trump] is running audibles at the line of scrimmage."

“What is his playbook? I’m sitting back watching like y’all. I don’t want to offend nobody and say nothing the wrong way, but at the same time I’m confused," he added.

In the first 100 days of his presidency, Trump has managed to ban Muslims, piss people off and proposed budget cuts that will directly affect the hip-hop community.

Although Snoop caught the ire of President Trump's attorneys and supporters, he vows to continue to speak out against Trump and other issues that deeply affect him and his fans.

“I take my stance on who I am and what I’m here for. I am the voice of the people that can’t speak,” he says. “I move in a way that others can’t move, and some of them ain’t equip to do what I do, but I’m willing to do what needs to be done when the time is right.”

Snoop concluded, “Right now, I’m just sitting back watching the show just like you, trying to figure it out and make sure that God got his hands around us, making sure we’re alright and we’re able to press forward."

Watch Snoop Dogg's interview above and his controversial "Lavender" video below.

Watch Snoop Dogg's "Lavender" (Nightfall Remix) Video

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