Donald Trump is feuding with Snoop Dogg

Although many republicans are not enjoying the video, it has proven to be successful for Snoop Dogg and the PrankvsPrank YouTube account it was uploaded to, surpassing 4 million views in four days.

"You know what's really sad is that there is so much more that Snoop can do for this country", Cohen continued.

Looks like Snoop is preparing another succulent roast.

The video has won support from the likes of Ice-T, who this week told TMZ: "You can't kill the president, but he pushed the line and he had the edge right there".

Not surprisingly, a Twitter storm has broken out.

The "Lavender", video featured a man impersonating President Donald Trump in clown makeup, and ended with Snoop "shooting him" with a toy gun.

The short-tempered president slammed Snoop on Twitter over the music video for BADBADNOTGOOD.

I'm really shocked at him, because I thought he was better than that. Florida Senator Marco Rubio also lashed out at the rapper for the mock assassination depiction.

Snoop has not responded to the call for an apology.

Upon its release earlier this week, Snoop said he wasn't happy with the current administration. "Jail time!" the president wrote.

"Its absolutely disgraceful", said lawyer Michael Cohen in an interview with TMZ on Tuesday.

"There's absolutely nothing amusing about an assassination attempt on a president, and I'm really shocked at him, because I thought he was better than that", he said. "I certainly would not have accepted it as President Obama and certainly not as President Trump".

Directed by James DeFina and YouTube star Jesse Wellens, the video is set in a city filled with clowns and was meant to be a satirical look on current events.

Snoop made a comment to Billboard about what his vision behind the video was: "Any time I drop something, I'm trying to fill in a void".

  • Ernesto Newman