Rapper, entertainer and entrepreneur Snoop Dogg discusses voting for the first time in 2020, confronting Donald Trump, the Black Lives Matter movement, and what Tupac might be doing if he was alive today — including his family history with the Black Panthers. The artist behind the global hit “Gin and Juice” also talks about launching his new product Indoggo Gin and the evolution of hip hop around the world in this digital exclusive with MSNBC’s Ari Melber. Aired on 2/8/2021.
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