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Snoop Dogg recalls how Queen Elizabeth stopped him from getting kicked out of the UK




In a recent interview with DJ Whoo Kid, Snoop Dogg recalled a time in the 1990s when he was nearly thrown out of the UK until Queen Elizabeth put a stop to that happening.


Snoop Dogg relayed what had happened when a UK newspaper, back in 1994, had ‘’kick this evil bastard out’’ as a headline, referring to when the famous rapper faced charges with regards to first- and second-degree murder against a man from LA.

The incident happened in 1993, a man was shot in LA and Snoop and his ex – bodyguard were both arrested regarding the murder. The charge was dropped in 1996, however the headline by the UK paper caused a storm.


Snoop Dogg was on tour in the UK at the time, so there was potential that he wouldn’t be able to continue doing so.

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The American star said that Queen Elizabeth came to his defence, he said that the Queen said ‘’this man has done nothing in our country, he can come’’, he commented ‘’that’s Harry and William’s grandmother, you dig?’’

“You think they weren’t there, saying, ‘Grandma, please let him in, grandma. He’s OK. We love his music.’ ‘You know Harry, I’ll let him in for you. He’s not so bad after all and he’s quite cute.’…The queen, that’s my gal.”


According to reports, there are plans to make Snoop Dogg’s murder trail into a new series or documentary for network Starz.

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