Syndicated columnist Leonard Pitts Jr. writes, “Calvin Broadus [aka Snoop Dogg] wants to protect his kids. I find myself of two minds about that. Part of me wants to slap him on the back in congratulations. Another part just wants to slap him.” On Snoop’s decision of to clean up because he wanted “to be inspirational to the kids because they all look up to me”, Pitts wonders where he was when he was part of the gangsta rap movement that gained national prominence in the early 1990s.
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