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Snoop Dogg spoke to comedian Druski recently in a Clubhouse chat where they took on the topic of Cancel Culture. Snoop told Druski, “I wish a ****** would try to cancel me. [It only works] if you believe it when they tryna cancel you.” And he went on to cite DaBaby and Dave Chappelle as examples of surviving it.

“Cause you see DaBaby, you see David Chappelle. You see certain motherf***ers, like, ‘If you don’t get out of here with that s**t.’ Gimme a week n**** I’ll be back up, you know what I’m saying? You gotta believe it. You gotta know that your base is your base. You can’t—the cancel community is not bigger than my fan base. I beg to differ. Let’s match up n****… Cancel community meet up. Line up. Cancel community, I need you n****s to line up.”

And this comes not long after Steve Harvey talked about Cancel Culture on his recent press tour and why it was the cause of him hanging up his stand up act. He doesn’t even want to touch it. He said, “Political correctness has killed comedy. Every joke you tell now, it hurts somebody’s feelings. But what people don’t understand about comedians is that a joke has to be about something. It has to be about somebody. We can’t write jokes about puppies all the time. The joke can’t be about bushes all the time. Some of these jokes will have to be about people, because that’s the most interesting topic. So if I come back, I’ll have to wait until I’m done. And I’m not done. I want to do one more. I’ll probably have to call it ‘This Is It.”

Snoop has got a point. And there is a difference in malicious commentary and actions that get people into trouble and those who are legitimately trying to right wrongs where a segment of the public doesn’t want to hear it and simply want them destroyed. America is a country of second chances and we love a good comeback story. You just have to allow the m*****f****r to do the coming back.