On May 29 Snoop Dogg and Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana attended a benefit to relaunch the rapper’s “No Guns Allowed” campaign.
Snoop Dogg was also joined by MC Hammer, Ron Conway and Diana Nyad, among others.
As the relaunch event began, Snoop Dogg tweeted: “Spreading the message of peace at the #nogunsallowed benefit in SF.”
Michelle Malkin pulled together a portion of Snoop Dogg’s rap sheet which includes a 1993 stop for a “traffic violation” in which a firearm was found in this car, an October 2006 “arrest at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, California, in possession of marijuana and a firearm,” and a November 2006 arrest for possessing marijuana and a firearm after performing on The Tonight Show.
Snoop Dogg’s “No Guns Allowed” campaign was first launched after the heinous crime at Sandy Hook Elementary.
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