Snoop Dogg is proud of how President Trump is ending his presidency as he releases a message for President Trump and his aides, “I love what they did,” he said referring to granting clemency to Death Row Records co-founder, Michael “Harry O” Harris.
Harris was told on Tuesday that he will be released early from prison on Trump’s orders. Snoop was informed of the decision on Sunday and said he wanted to share a message with President Trump.
Snoop Dogg said in A remark, “That’s great work for the president and his team on the way out. They did some great work while they were in there and they did some great work on their way out. Let them know that I love what they did.”
He also said, “It is amazing what the work of God can actually bring to life to make people understand that there is a God.”
Snoop Dogg hailed President Trump on a Zoom call with reform advocates Alice Johnson and Weldon Angelos, who shared the recording with his permission. Snoop has been an outspoken critic of Trump and even made a video in which he pretended to shoot a clown dressed as the president.
The Zoom meeting held solely to inform Snoop Dogg that Harris, 59, would be getting clemency after spending three decades in jail for attempted murder and cocaine trafficking.
“Happy Sunday” Snoop Dogg hailed before learning the purpose of the call. Johnson who was a first-time drug offender that Trump freed from a life sentence, following pressure from Kim Kardashian and later pardoned, then shared the news.
“I just got a call from the White House and Harry-O is getting clemency. He’s coming home, brother!” Johnson tells Snoop Dogg.
Snoop immediately shouted, “God is good!”
A thrilled Johnson concurs, “All the time! All the time! All the time!”
Harris received word he’d been granted clemency at Lompoc Federal Correctional Institution in California, said Angelos, who received his own pardon from Trump in December.
Angelos confirmed Harris sent him an email saying, “Thank God. God is great. It feels like the weight of the world was lifted off my shoulders.”
Angelos gave credit to President Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump for Harris’ impending release more than seven years before it was scheduled to take place on June 13, 2028.
“The credit on this one goes to Ivanka Trump because Ivanka Trump was not going to take no for an answer,” he said while noting that “Ivanka did this for Alice Johnson and this is a huge win for hip-hop.”