He took a swipe at Kim Kardashian last month seemingly blaming the reality star for husband Kanye West’s Twitter outbursts.
And Snoop Dogg hit out at the KUWTK star again on Thursday during an interview onThe View, claiming Kanye is ‘missing a black woman in his life’ to keep him in line.
Asked for his thoughts on the Yeezy designer’s recent controversial ‘slavery was a choice’ comments, Snoop, 46, didn’t hold back as he told the co-hosts: ‘I thought he needed some medical attention, first and foremost.
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The hip hop star continued with a more serious tone, saying: ‘I started feeling sad for him. He truly misses his mother, he truly misses a black woman in his life.
‘He truly misses the stability of having somebody telling him when he’s wrong and correcting him and checking him as opposed to allowing him to continue to do what he’s been doing.
‘And that to me is something that he needs – he needs help – he’s crying out for help, so instead of me bashing him, we trying to help him now’ the Drop It Like It’s Hot hitmaker concluded.
Snoop’s comments echoed a radio interview with Revolt TV’s The Breakfast Club earlier this month when he told hosts that he believes Kim, 37, and the other women in the family have the power and strength to help Kanye, 40.
‘It got to a point when it was funny, and then it was sad,’ he said.
Reflecting on Kanye’s relationship with his late mother Donda, the Long Beach-born star said: ‘She was instrumental in his life, remember the music he was making when she was here and the spirit that he had? That’s gone now and if you’ve never lost your mother you don’t understand that feeling.
‘So I had to sympathize with that and say maybe the women around him should look into getting him some help’. Snoop added.
Donda passed away in 2007 aged 58 due to complications following plastic surgery.
Snoop then went further to suggest the men entering the Kardashian household generally come out of it worse-off.
‘If you look at the people that went into that house with their minds straight, Lamar Odom, Kanye West, Rob Kardashian… I’m just saying, but the women are on point, million dollar deals, walking the runway, selling makeup, emojis.’
Host Angela Yee chimed in asking the rapper: ‘Should we be concerned for Travis Scott?’
‘Mmhmmm’ Snoop replied emphatically, before joking ‘You better get that cup of tea away from me! Travis if you listening get out now, n****’.
Travis is currently dating the youngest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, Kylie Jenner, 20, and just welcomed daughter Stormi with the makeup mogul.
Last month Snoop took a swipe at Kim as he posted on Instagram: ‘The evolution of Jay Z and Kanye show how influential your wife can be to your life,’
Kanye and reality star Kim have been married since 2014, while his onetime best friend Jay married Beyonce in 2008.
Snoop dressed up his meme as a tribute to his own wife, captioning it: ‘Thank @bosslady_ent. Love u for being my rock and keeping me straight.’
Snoop was once on good terms with Kanye – the two worked together on the track Eyez Closed back in 2011.
The comments came as Kanye – who has children North, four, Saint, two, and Chicago, three months, with Kim – unleashed a tirade of surprising opinions following his return to Twitter, including professing his support for President Trump.
And on May 1, in a now infamous appearance on TMZ Live Kanye seemingly suggested that the four centuries of black slavery lasted so long because those who were enslaved chose not to fight back.
‘When you hear about slavery for 400 years … for 400 years? That sounds like a choice. We’re mentally imprisoned.’ he said.
He defended his statements and did not back down from them on Twitter after widespread criticism.
‘To make myself clear. Of course I know that slaves did not get shackled and put on a boat by free will. My point is for us to have stayed in that position even though the numbers were on our side means that we were mentally enslaved
‘They cut out our tongues so we couldn’t communicate to each other. I will not allow my tongue to be cut the reason why I brought up the 400 years point is because we can’t be mentally imprisoned for another 400 years. We need free thought now. Even the statement was an example of free thought It was just an idea (sic)’
Since Kanye’s comments, stars including Eve and will.i.am have condemned the rapper.
His tweets have prompted the likes of Rihanna, Harry Styles, Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, Zayn Malik, The Weeknd, and Kendrick Lamar to unfollow his account.
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