Snoop Dogg Goes Off On Danny Green In New IG Post
Following the 5th game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat, a lot of fans are unhappy with the way things went down. And Snoop Dogg is just one of them, a new report from Hot New Hip Hop revealed today.
The outlet claims many people were wholly convinced that the series would come to an end last night during the fifth match with the Lakers winning the championship and taking home the rings. Reportedly, a big part of the team's loss had to do with Green missing the three-pointer at the end.
Snoop Dogg took to his Instagram this past evening to put Danny Green on blast, calling him a "b*tch," among other insults. The rapper also demanded that the coach put Danny Green on the practice court to work on his three-pointers. You can check out what Snoop Dogg had to say in the Twitter post below.
According to Hot New Hip Hop, this wouldn't be the first time that Snoop Dogg put Danny in the ringer. Earlier this year, in August, Snoop criticized Green for his performance during the game between the Lakers and the Blazers.
Regardless, Snoop Dogg has been a lot more passionate about sports these days. In December, the West Coast rapper freaked out on a few different Lakers players after they lost their match against the Clippers amid the Christmas holidays.
As for the team's response, this past evening, LeBron James reflected on Danny's shot and said that he and the rest of the team did everything they could, and it was the best chance they had. The basketball star went on to say, "I wish I can make a better pass. But you just live with it."
Snoop Dogg's name has been in the headlines for other reasons over the last few months, and usually related to his social media posts. The star poked fun at Rick Ross recently with the new "Period" challenge , in which women share pictures of their bottoms to look like the letter, "P," or "I."
The rapper posted a picture of a heavier woman whose body resembled more of an R, and he added the caption, "Rick Ross," using her body as the "R."