A Los Angeles man on Tuesday sued Snoop Dogg over the use of an answering machine message on a cut from the rapper’s latest album. “John Doe”, the plaintiff, claims that the song in question, ‘Pimp Slapp’d,’ is a profane denouncement of Suge Knight, Snoop’s former comrade and Death Row Records boss. And, Doe contends, since his voice appears on a song in which Snoop calls Knight a “bitch” and says the label owner “fu**ed up the industry,” he is now in danger of suffering reprisals from Knight, who is feuding with Broadus and closely affiliated with the Bloods street gang. Check out an MP3 excerpt of the message and the lawsuit paperwork at TheSmokingGun.com.
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