Snoop Dogg slams ex-cop who encouraged recruit to shoot black teens — and donates $10K to Colin Kaepernick's pledge
Rap legend Snoop Dogg (left) and football star Colin Kaepernick (right). Images via Wikimedia Commons.

Rap legend Snoop Dogg put his money where his mouth is this weekend by donating $10,000 to Mothers Against Police Brutality as part of footballer Colin Kaepernick's pledge to match $1 million of donations in his name.

The move came after the star took to social media to criticize an ex-assistant police chief in Kentucky who instructed a recruit to shoot black teens if they were caught smoking marijuana.

The recruit asked former Prospect, Kentucky police official Todd Shaw what the "right thing" to do would be if he caught three teens smoking weed as part of an assignment, to which Shaw replied that the recruit should "f**k the right thing" and shoot them if they're black."

"Expose his b*tch a*s," the rapper wrote on his Instagram.

Expose his bitch ass. Todd Shaw not too short 😡☝🏾

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As Uproxx noted, Snoop joined the ranks of Sean "Diddy" Combs and Golden State Warriors' Steph Curry when donating as part of Kaepernick's Million Dollar Pledge.