Snoop Dogg Wins Case Against British Government

Snoop Dogg at the Galaxy Concert Theatre, Santa Ana , Jan. 21
Snoop Dogg at the Galaxy Concert Theatre, Santa Ana , Jan. 21
John Gilhooley

Well, this morning Huffington Post reports that  Snoop "successfully argued that any ban breached his human right to freedom of expression." 

Security camera footage showed the LBC's greatest rhyme slinger being repeatedly pushed by police while he tried to speak to children. Snoop didn't retaliate. But his boys--all 30 of them--did injure seven lawmen, who likely deserved whatever ass whooping they received. 

Snoop Dogg Wins Case Against British Government

So, Snoop has beat the British Government, which is great. Only problem, the rapper still probably won't be returning to jolly old England any time soon. 

"But all's well that end's well, right?" concludes the Huffington Post. "Despite winning the case Snoop has too many prior criminal convictions to be likely be successful in his plea for a tour Visa."

Well, at least Snoop made the British Government, which spent $150,000 of taxpayer money on the case, look like idiots.

The U.K.'s Daily Telegraph called the ruling an "embarrassing defeat."


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