Fox News Anchor Suggests Bow Wow Could Get Killed for Threatening President Trump’s Wife
Trying to take up for Snoop Dogg by making very a controversial tweet about President Trump's wife might not have been the smartest decision for Bow Wow, who is now being the target of Trump supporters' ire.
As previously reported, Snoop Dogg's "Lavender" video attracted heat from the right wing because it displays the Cali rap legend aiming a gun at a Trump look-a-like. Trump criticized the Doggfather on Twitter. And Bow Wow, feeling the need to speak up, sent out this tweet, “Ayo @realDonaldTrump shut your punk ass up talking shit about my uncle @SnoopDogg before we pimp your wife and make her work for us.”
A Fox News anchor is pissed, recently suggesting the rapper could die over his comments. The conversation came up on the network's The Five. After one panelist referred to Bow as "tiny shaft," "sad little bitch" and "Lil Weenie," he went on to ask the panel what the Secret Service should do about the threat. "Kill them. Kill them," Kimberly Guilfoyle responded, adding she thinks Federal Marshals should pay Snoop and Bow Wow a visit.
Bow Wow has since responded. His fans have been going in on Guilfoyle's Instagram mentions, and he took the time to offer his own two cents. "I just came for the comments," he posted. "What I said was a tasteless joke. You were not joking. Kill us? Nah bitch kill yourself."
Guilfoyle isn't the only person to express her disgust with the former 106 & Park host. Politician Mike Huckabee recently admonished Shad as well. “This guy Bow Wow – what a bad dog. Take away all the bones,” Huckabee said during an appearance on Fox News’ The First 100 Days. “Melania Trump is a beautiful, classy lady, and the attacks on her, they’re obscene.”
He later added on Twitter, "Poop Dogg has nephew named Bow Wow; both bad dogs who advocate murder and sex slavery for @POTUS and First Lady;Who let the dogs out?"
Check out the video of show host calling out Bow Wow, and Shad clapping back, below.
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