It is apparent that Mitt Romney will not have Snoop "Lion" Dogg’s vote at the upcoming election.
According to TMZ, the rapper reposted a top 10 list titled “Why I’m Not Voting for Romney” on his Instagram account Thursday, which was originally written by @DragonflyJones.
Reuters Snoop Dogg clearly will not be voting for Mitt Romney during the election
Snoop Dogg clearly will not be voting for Mitt Romney during the election
Reasons Snoop Dogg is not voting for Mitt Romney include, “He always interrupts and talks over people like he’s better than them,” and “He reminds me of every boss I ever hated.”
Mitt Romney may be better off in the election without the support of Snoop Dogg, whose reasons for voting for President Obama include, “He’s mad cool yo.”
(Read the rest of the list here.)
The artist recently ran in trouble with the law for carrying eight grams of marijuana in his luggage while on his way to a music festival in Norway in June. He has been denied entry into Norway for two years.
His legal representative in Norway, Holger Hagesaeter, said the rapper "can live with the decision" and does not plan to appeal the choice at this time, according to various reports.
Many celebrities aside from Snoop Dogg have come forward to publicly support Obama in recent months, including Jay-Z and Beyonce, who held a fundraiser which raised millions of dollars for his campaign.
And while Obama’s campaign admitted his performance in the first debate against Mitt Romney was “lackluster,” according to Politico, the president clearly still has many people on his side.
During the 2012 Presidential debates on Wednesday, comedian Chris Rock tweeted, “Mitt Romney: I'm dedicated to the principle that women & gays need regulation, but Wall Street doesn't.”
Actress KeKe Palmer wrote, “Whenever President Obama speaks I just want to listen. He has so much Grace ❤ #*PresidentialDebate*.”
Actor and singer Tyrese Gibson said, “Tyrese Gibson Strategy is everything ... Let the enemy ‘Expose their own lies’ ... Then POW! the big finish! I am very confident Pres Obama will deliver!!”
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