Snoop Dogg recollects how the Queen defended him from getting deported from the U.K

Snoop Dogg recollects how the Queen defended him from getting deported from the U.K

Queen Elizabeth II stepped forward to help Snoop Dogg from getting deported from the United Kingdom in the 1990s as he was charged with first and second-degree murder while he was touring in the U.K. at the time.

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Recent footage of Snoop Dogg is going viral on TikTok, taken from the interview with D.J. Whoo Kid.  In 1993, a man was shot dead in Los Angeles, and Snoop Dog, whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr, was on tour in the United Kingdom. At that time, he was charged with first and second-degree murder and was arrested along with his bodyguards. This incident covered the front page with a photo of the rapper of the Daily Star in 1994 alongside the headline 'Kick This Evil B*****d out.' As he was fighting for the ongoing case, Snoop Dogg was asked to cancel his tour and return to America.  

The Queen came in defense

After facing much criticism from the press and media, it was the Queen of England who took his side and defended saying, This man has done nothing in our country. He can come.' The Queen…bow down…When the Queen speaks, bow down. That's Harry and William's grandmother, you dig?”."You think they weren't there, saying, 'Grandma, please let him in, grandma. He's OK. We love his music.' 'You know Harry, I'll let him in for you. He's not so bad after all and he's quite cute.'… After three years, the case was dismissed.

This case is to be rolled into a movie. Snoop Dogg recalled this incident in a 2015 interview with The Guardian, where he said,  "When they tried to kick me out of England, the queen made a comment that her grandbabies loved Snoop Doggy Dogg, and he had done no wrong in the U.K., so she gave me permission to be here.

According to the 2021 December report by The Hollywood Reporter, there is an ongoing plan to film Snoop Dogg's murder trial into a new series for the Starz network. 

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On hearing this, the social media users poured in their comments; one user spoke highly about the Queen for defending him from the trial. Another user wrote, "This better be in the next season of The Crown."Snoop Dogg recently performed at the Super Bowl Halftime Show, pairing with Dr. Dre, Eminem, Mary J, Blige, 50 Cent, Kendrick Lamar, and Anderson Paak. Then he performed a late tribute to his mother and 'The Next Episode' and 'Still D.R.E.

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