Kanye West's continued support for President Donald Trump hasn't sat well with Snoop Dogg. In a new interview, Snoop called all of Trump's fans "racist" and specifically singled out his fellow rapper.

“You need to know that a lot of your fans is racist,” he said on SiriusXM (see below) after DJ Suss pointed out that a good portion of his audience doesn't like when he criticizes the president. “Ain't no way around it. ... I don't give a fuck. I tell ‘em straight up, muthafucka. If you like that nigga, you muthafuckin’ racist. Fuck you and fuck him. Now what? Draw the line, nigga. He drew the lines. He drew the muthafuckin’ lines. Before him, there were no lines. Everybody was everybody. We respected everything. We didn’t trip. But nigga, when you drew the line and start pointing muthafuckas out and singling them out nigga, fuck y’all then, nigga. You and them."

DJ Suss was about to bring up West, but Snoop got there first. “Kanye too,” he added. “Don’t forget about him too. Fuck you too. Throw him in the bag, too ’cause he right there with them muthafuckas.”

A month after Trump's 2016 election, West met with him at New York's Trump Tower to "discuss multicultural issues. These issues included bullying, supporting teachers, modernizing curriculums, and violence in Chicago." Back in April, West reiterated that he "loves" Trump for taking that meeting, something he had tried several times to do with Barack Obama, who once called him a "jackass."

Snoop saw a difference between West's support of Trump and Snoop's appearance on Comedy Cental's 2011 roast of Trump.“I was roasting his ass," he said. "I wasn’t being his buddy. I got paid, nigga. You know how much I got paid for that?”