Snoop Dogg plans to vote for the first time in his life this year

Snoop Dogg plans to vote for the first time in his life this year

- Snoop Dogg has revealed that he will be voting for the first time this year

- The rap legend said he'd previously mistakenly believed his criminal record meant he couldn't vote

- The star has been very vocal about his dislike for the current US president, Donald Trump

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Snoop Dogg has admitted to not having voted in an election before as he believed his criminal record meant that he was not allowed to.

The Drop It Like It’s Hot rapper now intends to hit the polls for the first time this November.

Snoop dished to Real 93.3 radio host, Big Boy, that he can't wait to vote this year.

The rapper has always been vocal about his dislike for President Donald Trump and his supporters, so it's easy to assume he'll be voting for the Democrats.

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The 48-year-old said, "I didn’t know that my record’s been expunged, so now I can vote. I ain’t never voted a day in my life, but this year I think I’m going to get out and vote because I can’t stand to see this punk in office one more year."

Earlier on, reported that actor Dwayne Johnson had asked President Trump for more uplifting and encouraging leadership during the ongoing protests against racism in the US.

The protests erupted after George Floyd was killed when a white police officer knelt on his neck for almost nine minutes.

It was also reported that various celebrities spoke out against the gruesome killing of George Floyd by a police officer in Minnesota, US. gathered that many believe the killing was racially motivated as George was black and the officers involved were white. A number of celebs have raised their voices up against continued police brutality against black people.

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Cardi B advised US citizens to use their vote wisely, so as to ensure they put people in power who will act decisively against such injustices.

Madonna posted a video, for which she was widely criticised, of her black adopted son dancing to Michael Jackson's They Don't Care About Us.

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