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Snoop Dogg say’s “Rappers Ho’s are different” Rules are different for Imus April 12, 2007

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Rapper has dismissed comparisons between sexist hip-hop lyrics and the recent racist remarks made by radio DJ Don Imus.

Imus was suspended by CBS Radio and MSNBC on Monday after he referred to the Rutgers University women’s basketball team as ‘nappy-headed hos’–a racially charged sexist term.

Snoop frequently refers to women as “b**ches” and “hos” in his music, but he insists Imus’ use of the term was unacceptable and the 66-year-old DJ should be taken off the air.

The Doggystyle star says, “It’s a completely different scenario.”


MTV Cartoon Labeled ‘Racist & Crude’ August 9, 2006

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New MTV cartoon Where My Dogs At? has come under fire from leading African-Americans, who have branded the show “misogynist, racist and crude.” The critics are incensed by an episode that features black women tethered with leashes and relieving themselves on the ground like dogs – particularly as the episode aired at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday July 1 on MTV2 in Los Angeles.