Hip hop icon Snoop Dogg says he is moving to Canada.
Cordozar Calvin Broadus, Jr., better known by his rap moniker Snoop Dogg, took to Instagram to announce that he will be moving to Toronto, BuzzFeed News reported. He even reached out to Toronto native Drake for help finding a new home.
Alongside a photo of the CN Tower, Snoop Dogg wrote:
“My new home. @champagnepapi I need the hookup on some property. Nefew f*ck this sh*t I'm going to the. 6ix”
Snoop Dogg has also expressed his disappointment with the presidential election results with the use of Bitmojis, an app that allows users to make cartoon avatars of themselves.
Several instagram users commented on Snoop Dogg’s post.
“Snoopdogg you can't leave people like you helped make America what it is today,” wrote one user, Djdarienzo. “TRUMP did his part good or bad and you need to do your part and help to shape the country.”
“I know you could get a meeting with TRUMP if you wanted to,” Djdarienzo continued. “Don't runaway stay and help to shape our country. America is the greatest country in the history of the world because people like you were willing to work hard.”
Others were less friendly.
“bye !!! take all of the other rybabies with you !” wrote user lularoemikeandebbie. “if republicians didn't leave when obama was elected, because we are tough and had hope for the future. don't comeback when you need the US.”
Other social media users took a more comical approach.
“With so much drama in Washington D.C. It's kinda hard being Snoop D-O-Double-G,” wrote kaleighpostWith, a clever nod to famous Snoop Dogg lyrics.
The West Coast rapper is just one of many celebrities who have talked about moving to Canada if Trump won the election. Unlike most of these celebrities, Snoop does have business in Canada.
Snoop Dogg has a line of exclusive marijuana strains in Canada and a dispensary in Smith Falls, Ontario. Among the strains are sunset, ocean view and palm tree CBD, CBC News reported.
"Like hip hop, cannabis is as much a lifestyle as it is a culture," Snoop Dogg is quoted saying in a media release issued by Tweed, a Canadian cannabis company. "Leafs by Snoop is an expression of my experience with that culture over decades on the scene.
"What started for me in the '90s in Cali now has a home in places like Colorado, where real progress is being made. Now that Leafs by Snoop is coming to Tweed, I'll be able to share my passion for the best cannabis on the planet with Canada."