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Snoop Dogg And Diddy Teasing Death Row/Bad Boy Collaboration!!!!

Snoop Dogg And Diddy Teasing Death Row/Bad Boy Collaboration!!!!

Are Snoop Dogg and Diddy teasing a possible collaboration? Is the Death Row/Bad Boy beef finally over?

A Snoop Dogg and Diddy Collaboration Would Go Down In History

Snoop Dogg and Diddy may soon be collaborating, essentially ending the beef between their respective record companies.

As you know, Snoop recently became the owner of Death Row.

However, Death Row has a long-standing feud with record company Bad Boy, owned by Diddy.

Back when Marion “Suge” Knight was the owner of Death Row, things came to a head at the 1995 Source Awards.

After Suge took a jab at Diddy during the telecast, the audience erupted in boos.

The East Coast/West Coast feud was already high.

But after that incident, the beef was hyped ten-fold.

Now, it seems things have cooled down considerably.

Upon hearing Snoop acquiring Death Row, the hip-hop icon posted a short film including a call from Diddy.

Diddy said to Snoop –

“Congratulations, King, great move.”

Snoop responded with –

“You taught me how to play chess…not checkers.”

We may have witnessed a full-circle moment.

The beef between Death Row and Bad Boy may have finally ended.

Could this mean an East Coast/West Coast collab in the future?

This is epic, y’all!

snoop dogg collaboration may be in the works

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