Gayle King Accepts Snoop Dogg's Apology

HipHop News Posted on February 14, 2020 at 4:41am

Gayle King Accepts Snoop Dogg's Apology

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New York, NY – Snoop Dogg unleashed a wave of controversy when he blasted out the experienced journalist Gayle King for CBS This Morning in an interview with WNBA legend Lisa Leslie.

During their conversation, the King addressed the topic of Kobe Bryant's 2003 sexual assault case and he appeared to insist on the point after Leslie politely confirmed not to complicate Bryant legacy for her..focused on the ad {

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.@WNBA legend @LisaLeslie said @GayleKing that Kobe Bryant's legacy is not "complicated" for her despite her 2003 accusation of rape.

"I don't think that is something that we have hung on his legacy."

— CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) 4 February 2020

Like so many others, Snoop felt the timing of the question was inappropriate and insensitive considering Bryant had died. So, he impulsively went to Instagram and posted a "fuck u" to both the King and Oprah Winf


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