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Snoop Dogg calls Kanye West 'crazy' over concert rant

Published 21/11/2016

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Snoop Dogg has questioned what Kanye West is 'on' following his bizarre rant against Beyonce and Jay Z.

Snoop Dogg has called his fellow rapper Kanye West "crazy" following his rant during a concert in Sacramento, California on Saturday (19Nov16).

The Stronger hitmaker is known for launching into random rants during his concerts but he shocked his audience on Saturday when he took aim at Beyonce and Jay Z, claiming she wouldn't perform at an awards show unless she won a prize and her husband hasn't spoken to him in a long time.

Snoop Dogg has since weighed in by posting videos on Instagram of him watching clips of Kanye's rant and giving commentary, questioning what Kanye's "on".

"This n**ga crazy. Have you heard this n**ga diss a n**ga onstage?! This n**ga crazier than the s**t I got on my head...," he said, referencing the silk scarf he was wearing on his locks.

"I can't believe he's still talking," he continued. "He picked the wrong night to vent like that, them Sacramento n**gas ain't feeling that s**t... he was talking that weird a*s s**t. That's just my thoughts. I smoke weed. Weed don't make you do that. What the f**k is he on?"

During his rant, Kanye claimed Beyonce refused to perform at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards unless she won the coveted Video of the Year honour, a prize he was shortlisted for. He told the crowd he was "hurt" and there was too much focus on "playing the politics too much and forgetting who we are".

He also encouraged Jay Z to give him a call and abruptly ended the gig after performing only four tracks.

He was due to return to The Forum in Inglewood, California on Sunday (20Nov16) to make up for a show he had cut short due to vocal issues, but that was cancelled. Sources told TMZ he was taking a break due to personal issues.

The rapper, who is usually quiet on social media, also returned to Instagram to post upwards of a hundred fashion images. The pictures, which had an old, fuzzy quality, feature models showcasing clothes or lone articles of clothing.

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