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Bow Wow threatens to 'pimp' Melania Trump and 'make her work for us'


Rapper Bow Wow has jumped into the fray begun when President Donald Trump hinted that Snoop Dogg could face jail time following his video showing him pointing a fake gun at a Trump character dressed as a clown.

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“Ayo DonaldTrump shut your punk ass up talking s*** about my uncle Snoop Dogg before we pimp your wife and make her work for us,” the artist officially known as Shad Moss tweeted. Here’s the link to his full message.

Irrespective of the video flap, Melania Trump’s popularity is on the rise, climbing 16 points since her husband was sworn in. A new CNN/ORC poll survey found that 52 percent of Americans have a favorable view of her, an increase from 36 percent before the inauguration.

Reaction to Bow Wow’s pointed message indicated many followers thought he took things too far. The first lady isn’t one to traffic much on social media and has kept a very low profile. She doesn’t even live in the White House yet. She’s still in New York while the Trumps’ son Barron finishes the school year.

Meanwhile, rapper and actor T.I. defended Snoop via Instagram.


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