Snoop Dogg Looks to Canada for ‘New Home’ After Trump Victory

Snoop Dogg didn’t seem to take Donald Trump’s presidential election victory Tuesday night well — the rapper is already contemplating a move out of the country.

Snoop posted a photo to Instagram of Toronto’s iconic Canadian National (CN) Tower, and said he needs to get the “hookup” on “some property.”

“My new home. @champagnepapi I need the hookup on some property. Nefew fuck this shit I’m going to the. 6ix [sic],” Snoop wrote, mentioning Toronto-based rap mega star Drake.

My new home. @champagnepapi I need the hookup on some property. Nefew fuck this shit I'm going to the. 6ix

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The rapper posted his message, oddly enough, just as Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration website had crashed due to increased traffic.

The website “was down,” Katie Rossiensky of Grazia reports, “for nearly an hour due to the sheer number of Americans scoping out what they’d need to do to move over the border (though the glitch has since been fixed and the site is now up and running).”

As Breitbart News previously reported, at least 16 Hollywood celebrities vowed to move to Canada if Trump won the election.

In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Snoop — real name Calvin Broadus — doubted that America would elect someone as “reckless” as Trump.

“How could we have someone as reckless as him running our country?” the 44-year-old “Doggfather” and marijuana entrepreneur told the outlet.

Snoop endorsed Clinton very early on in her candiday; in May of last year, he told Bravo’s Andy Cohen that he would “love to see a woman in office.”

“I feel like we’re at that stage in life to where we need a perspective other than the male’s train of thought,” he said.

He also hosted a unity party at the conclusion of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia in July.

Snoop’s work commitments may keep him in the country. The rapper currently stars in the television series Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Partywhich features Stewart and Snoop cooking and hosting dinner parties for their famous friends. The first episode the ten-part series aired last week.

 

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