Celebrities Behaving Badly

Celebrities Behaving Badly: SNOOP Dogg Displays Terrible Ugliness Towards @IGGYAZALEA

Iggy v SnoopGosh, where do they  get these people from? What a terrible example. At his age, you would think? This man is a father? SCARY. Snoop not only makes fun of Iggy Azalea in what amounts to cyberbullying, but goes on video when she tells him to stop to do worse and threaten her? This man is a father???! As an industry veteran this is the best he can come up with to help our young artist? *smh*


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