Snoop Dogg Says He Wasn't Mocking Young Thug In 'Moment I Feared'

By HHL Editors

young-thug-snoopSnoop Dogg's new video 'The Moment I Feared' features fictional rapper Fonz D-Lo, who bears some physical and behavioral resemblances to Young Thug.

For example, 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.”

That would appear to be a parody of Thugger's playful sexual ambiguity.

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However, Snoop denied that he's mocking Young Thug in an interview with HipHopDX.

"Nah, I ain’t poking fun at nobody,” Snoop Dogg told DX. “It’s a video. I’m acting in the video. The director directed it. It’s just a video. It could be a number of people. It’s a lot of people it could be. But it’s just me letting people know that I respect what the youngsters are doing. This is what they do. How they do it. I respect that.”
Check the video below and let us know if you think the director (if not Snoop) is targeting Young Thug.

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