Snoop Dogg Has Started Beef With Darren Till After Racist Instagram Video

Snoop Dogg Has Started Beef With Darren Till After Racist Instagram Video

In a dominant performance last night, Tyron Woodley cemented himself as the king of the UFC welterweight division with a victory over Darren Till.

Despite much of the pre-fight hype focusing on the previously undefeated Englishman.

Woodley made all the headlines about himself with a fantastic and dominant performance.

After a tentative first round from both fighters, Woodley exploded into action in the second round.

The defending UFC Welterweight Champion dropped Till then followed up with devastating elbows from inside Till’s guard.

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The challenger tried to get back to his feet but Woodley used his veteran experience and locked in a D’arce choke to get the tap.

While most were just happy for Woodley retaining his belt, rapper Snoop Dogg took to Instagram to voice his opinion about Till.

In a video captioned ‘King Kong.’ Snoop seemingly refers to Darren Till as Donald Trump. As Woodley is closing in on the finish on screen, Snoop repeatedly exclaims:

Beat his ass! F*ck Donald Trump, N*gga! For all the N*ggas out there, f*ck this motherf*cker!

Why Snoop Dogg decided to use an Englishman who spent a significant portion of his life living in Brazil as an analogy for the President of the United States still isn’t exactly clear.

What is clear though is that Till is aware of Snoop’s comments as he fired back with his own Instagram post.

This isn’t the first time that Snoop Dogg has managed to draw the ire of a UFC fighter or two.

The rapper, who was briefly employed by the UFC as a commentator on Dana White’s Contender Series, was criticised for similar comments made following Conor McGregor’s loss to Floyd Mayweather last year.

He also was publicly criticised by fighters after he mocked current double-champ Daniel Cormier, after Cormier’s loss to Jon Jones.

Matt Brown also threatened to kick his ass after appearing on the Joe Rogan podcast. Surely all these enemies will land the former gangster into some hot water at some stage.

Snoop did not reprise his role in the second series of the Contender Series and was instead replaced by former UFC Middleweight Champion Michael Bisping.


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