Snoop Dogg is pissed. In a series of expletive-laced videos early Tuesday (April 12), the legendary rapper took to Instagram to blast Arnold Schwarzenegger for permitting the release of Esteban Nunez, a killer whose father he closely worked with during his tenure as governor, Los Angeles Times reports.
Nunez, the son of former Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez, was sentenced to 16 years in prison for stabbing a college student to death in 2010. On Schwarzenegger’s last day as governor of California in 2011, he shortened Nunez’s sentence by 10 years. After receiving credit for good behavior, the 27-year-old was released on Sunday (April 10) following less than six years behind bars.
Upon learning of Nunez’s new freedom, Snoop was none too pleased and hit the ‘Gram to dig into the politician for not only commuting Nunez’s release, but also for allowing the 2005 execution of infamous Crips leader Stanley “Tookie” Williams.
“How the f**k you gon’ let this n***a out of jail, but you gon’ kill Tookie Williams ’cause homeboy was your friend,” Snoop asked before calling Schwarzenegger a “b**ch” and a punk. “Can’t stand you,” he said.
Shortly after he posted the first clip, Snoop still had more to get off his chest. This time, the “Gin and Juice” rapper said that like Donald Trump, Arnold Schwarzenegger “got the game f*cked up.”
Before the Cali native ended his tirade, he clarified his stance on the famed actor one more time. “Funky dog head b*tch,” he conveniently captioned a picture of Schwarzenegger holding a dog.