Snoop's feud with Death Row continues
Suge Knight and Death Row Records continue to take shots at Snoop Dogg, and there's no sign that they plan to let up any time soon. A derogatory ad campaign for Death Row's upcoming Snoop Doggy Dogg's Greatest Hits will appear in the March editions of several major hip-hop publications. The full-page ad starts off congratulating Snoop for his success, but the reasoning behind it becomes obvious as the ad continues: "Death Row Records knows that success for a Snoop Doggy Dogg album means $$$$ for Suge Knight. Keep it up because you know Suge Knight eats off your next three albums as well as your previous seven albums!!!" Plans were announced more than a year ago for the greatest hits album, which originally was supposed to be released in March but was shelved indefinitely for unknown reasons. The album is now due to be released this fall. Earlier this year, Death Row's official web site celebrated the advent of 2001 and the likely release of Knight from prison with a warning for Snoop: "2001, the year of fear. All doggs run and hide. Suge is coming home." The message was followed by a dog barking, a gunshot and then the sound of the dog in pain.
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