It’s been an emotional rollercoaster of a season for the Los Angeles Lakers and their fans.
Snoop Dogg has had harsh criticism for the team and more specifically star big man Anthony Davis — who is going through another injury-riddled season — and the West Coast icon revealed over the weekend that his AD chatter crossed the line to the point Davis unfollowed Snoop on Instagram.
“That n-gga [Anthony Davis] get hurt every time he go for a rebound, layup, rebound,” Snoop said of AD. “I ain’t got nothing to say to that n-gga. That n-gga unfollowed me on Instagram. I called him a ‘hoe-ass n-gga, soft, you too big to be playing in the middle.’ Tht n-gg unfollowed me.”
However, not all love is lost as Snoop Dogg still follows the Lakers superstar on Instagram and holds a strong friendship with LeBron James.
The Lakers were a title favorite coming into the season but have struggled for a myriad of reasons to post a record of 26-28 and currently hold the 9th seed in the Western Conference.
Anthony Davis could play his way back into Snoop Dogg’s good graces during the second half of the season. Since returning from injury, AD is averaging over 29 points and 13 rebounds per game over his last five games.
The Lakers will look to put a winning streak together heading into the 2022 All-Star break when they meet up for a contest with the defending champion Milwaukee Bucks at the Crypto.com Arena on Tuesday night (February 8).