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Snoop Dogg Slams Facebook Over Farrakhan Ban

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Snoop Dogg is not here for Facebook’s recent ban of Minister Louis Farrakhan. In true Snoop fashion he let it be known via an expletive-filled rant on his Instagram account.

In a nut shell he’s pissed the social media app has banned his “dear brother” and he’s threatening to boycott the site.

“Facebook and Instagram just banned the minister Louis Farrkahn. I want to know for what,” Snoop said in a pair of videos posted Thursday on Instagram.

“All he ever do was tell the truth. What if we ban y’all? What if we start f–ing with y’all, Facebook and Instagram?

“I stand with him. Ban me motherf–er! Ban me! Because I’m gonna keep posting this s–t … F–k y’all who got a problem with him.”

Farrakhan is among several extremist figures, including Infowars host Alex Jones and political commentator Milo Yiannopoulos, who have been deemed “dangerous” by Facebook and permanently banned from the site.

In response, Snoop urged his 31 million followers to post videos of the controversial black nationalist.

“If you down wit’ it like I’m down wit’ it, post your favorite Minister Farrakhan video on your Instagram and Facebook page,” Snoop said in another video. “Can’t ban all of us!”

R&B singer Tank definitely got the memo and posted two videos of the Muslim minister passionately speaking about uplifting women and the community.

“What crime is he guilty of? Let me guess.. Wanting to see black people rise to their full potential!” he wrote.

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