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Snoop Dogg gives awkward response when asked if he regrets any of his sexist lyrics

Ali Condon

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Snoop Dogg gives awkward response when asked if he regrets any of his sexist lyrics

Featured Image Credit: The Breakfast Club

In his more recent years, Snoop Dogg has refrained from describing women as b*tches and h*es and learned to 'better himself'.

Yet when asked in an interview if he regrets the sexist lyrics in his earlier tracks, Snoop's wild response took the podcasts hosts by surprise and left them panicking. Watch below:

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In his 1992 record with Dr Dre, 'B*tches Ain't Sh*t', Snoop raps: "B*tches ain’t sh*t but h*es and tricks. Lick on these nuts and suck the d*ck."

And in his 2000 track 'Set It Off' goes: "Shootin' the breeze with a cute Vietnamese, or was she Lebanese? I think she is Chinese; it really don't matter cause they all on they knees."

You get the gist.

Snoop Dogg stands by his lyrics. Credit: Alamy / Everynight Images
Snoop Dogg stands by his lyrics. Credit: Alamy / Everynight Images
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In an interview with The Breakfast Club podcast, the Doggfather was asked if he feels regret over his more misogynist lyrics, to which he replied: "No, hell no! That was me, I love every motherf*cking one."

"F*ck them hoes, straight up, f*ck a bitch," he ranted, referring to some of his older lyrics.

Presenter Charlamagne Tha God tried to reel Snoop back in, desperate to shut down what sounded like the end of both their careers.

“Man stop, don’t stay that man!" he begged.

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Reassuring the panicked host, Snoop Dogg replied: "No I’m just saying that’s me back then, not now.

"I mean not now, at the time I was making that music that’s who Snoop ‘Doggy’ Dogg was."

Snoop had a surprising response when asked if he regretted sexist lyrics from earlier songs. Credit:  The Breakfast Club
Snoop had a surprising response when asked if he regretted sexist lyrics from earlier songs. Credit: The Breakfast Club

This isn't the first time the 'Drop It Like It's Hot' rapper defended his poorly-aged lyrics.

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In an interview with Sky News back in 2015, Snoop insisted that his attitude has changed towards women over the years.

He said: "I am more sensitive and more vulnerable writing-wise and accepting a woman for being a beautiful person, as opposed to me saying she is a b*tch or a wh*re because that was how I was trained when I first started, so I have no regrets.

"As I grew I fell in love with my wife and started to love my mother, my grandmother and my daughter.

"I understood what a woman was and I started to write about and express that."

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That being said, he was once a different person and he's not going to hide it.

"I don't feel like you can be ashamed or mad about not knowing - if you don't know, you don't know," he said.

Snoop Dogg is a super talented guy - he can rap, sing, act, produce, write - but he can't change the past.

Topics: Music, Snoop Dogg, Celebrity

Ali Condon
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