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Leave it to Snoop Dogg to be gangsta and funny at the same time.

The rapper took anti-Trump parodies to the next level with his new music video for “Lavende (Nightfall Remix),” named after the original BADBADNOTGOOD collaboration featuring Kaytranada.  In the Jesse Wellens and James DeFina directed video, Snoop is a rapping anchorman in a world full of clowns, literally.

One clown happens to be a Donald Trump impersonator named Ronald Klump, played by actor Michael Rapaport, who smokes weed and ends up getting shot dead by police. Snoop’s lyrics in the track address police brutality and racial profiling, with lines like,  “Trying to keep from dying in these muthafuckin’ streets, F*** the police, From a black man’s point of view” and “Resident evil, It’s all on camera and they still don’t believe you.”

Check out the wild video above.

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