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Earlier this month Snoop Dogg took to social media to call out Kanye West on his recent behavior. The post included a photoshopped picture of West, depicting him as a white man, along with the caption, “The new. Kanye well allwhite now way to go dude.”

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Now, it appears that Snoop is doubling down on his recent thoughts and remarks pertaining to Kanye, insisting that 'Ye needs black women in his life, while appearing on The Breakfast Club this morning.

"I hate to be black and white," Snoop began. "There's no black women in his life. Let's just keep that 100. I got aunties that'll put up with those big 'ol church hats on, 'n***a what's happening? what you on?'"

From there, talk shifted to the passing of Kanye's mother and how it has, expectedly, affected him exponentially.

"That's when I started to think that, how she was instrumental in his life," Snoop went on. "Remember the music that he was making when she was here, and the spirit that he had? That's gone now, if you never lost your mother, you don't understand that feeling."

In addition to 'Ye, Snoop Dogg also dished on Tupac, generational hip-hop, and more with The Breakfast Club earlier today. Press play above to check it all out.

In related news, John Mayer recently called Kanye “the most creative guy ever.”

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