After Donald Trump won the election, many celebrities seemingly eager to leave the country and move to Canada. Rapper Snoop Dogg joined the list on Wednesday.
Cordozar Calvin Broadus, Jr., better known as Snoop Dogg, took to Instagram to announce that he will be moving to Toronto, BuzzFeed News reported. He even asked help in finding a new home from his friend, Drake, who is Toronto native.
— Snoop Dogg (@SnoopDogg) November 9, 2016
Snoop posted a picture of Toronto’s CN Tower on Instagram with a caption:
“My new home. @champagnepapi I need the hookup on some property. Nefew f*ck this sh*t I’m going to the. 6ix”
Snoop later posted expletive-filled footage of himself watching Democratic vice presidential candidate, Tim Kaine, speak at Hillary Clinton’s concession speech on Wednesday, in which the rapper called out Kaine as “weak” and grieved that Bernie Sanders wasn’t Clinton’s running mate.
Throughout the U.S. presidential campaign, other celebrities spoke out about possibly fleeing to Canada if Trump prevailed, including Lena Dunham, Bryan Cranston and Barbra Streisand.
Using ‘Bitmojis’, an app that allows users to make cartoon avatars of themselves, Snoop Dogg has expressed his disappointment with the presidential election results.
His post quickly went viral, with both positive and negative reactions from the public.
“So he’s leaving actually has nothing at all to do with Trump; he’s leaving because of a marijuana business he has in Canada. Misleading headlines like this are irritating,” one wrote.
“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.”
“Bye,bye.. use to like you but you started saying bad things about Our President and stopped watching you,” another mad commenter wrote. “Hope you do well in your next Country. Don’t come back!!!”