Snoop Dogg Called Homophobic For Parodying Young Thug In Video

By HHL Editors

young-thug-snoopIn Snoop Dogg's new video 'Moment I Feared' the rap vet makes it clear he has love for the new school and their different take on the game.

However, his parody of new school rapper Young Thug in the video has one critic screaming "homophobia."

According to The Guardian's Ben Beaumont-Thomas, the video's mocking of fictional rapper Fonz D-Lo (who's a thinly discussed Young Thug) is "kneejerk gay panic."

There is no question the video makes fun of Thugger's purposeful ambiguity. When D-Lo is asked if he's gay, he replies "Yes, I’m happy. I’m happy right now." When he's asked about what he thinks of first thing in the morning, he says “Cock ... My annoying neighbors, they have this rooster.”

[Watch Young Thug pick out his Jeffery cover dress.]

You can check out Snoop's Moment I Feared video below. Let us know if you think Snoop is making fun of gay people or just making fun of rappers who play with their sexuality so they can get more attention.

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