"I thought it was bold, I thought it was audacious, I thought it made a very, very clear statement," said Jidenna.
President Donald Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen may think Snoop Dogg owes the POTUS an apology over his "Lavender" music video, but plenty of musicians feel otherwise, including Rick Ross, Jidenna and Desiigner.
Speaking with Billboard at South by Southwest, the hip-hop stars discussed tha Doggfather's latest controversy, giving props for the visual that shows Snoop pointing and firing a fake gun at a clown version of Trump.
"I thought it was bold, I thought it was audacious, I thought it made a very, very clear statement," said Jidenna. "There's a funky revolution that needs to go on and that's how the song feels. [Snoop Dogg]'s very clear that he represents the people that have been marginalized, the people who have been cast aside, and he wants to get rid of the clowns in government."