Snoop Dogg blasts Facebook, Instagram for banning Louis Farrakhan

The only thing the Nation of Islam leader has ever done is “tell the truth,” argued Snoop Dogg.

By World Israel News Staff 

Rapper Calvin Broadus, who uses the stage name ‘Snoop Dogg,’ has lashed out at Facebook, as well as at Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, for permanently removing Louis Farrakhan for breaking its rules regarding “dangerous individuals and organizations.”

Farrakhan, leader of the Black nationalist group Nation of Islam, is known for his blatant anti-Semitism, including referring to Jews as termites.

However, the rapper countered that the only thing the Nation of Islam leader has ever done is “tell the truth,” reports The Wrap, a Holywood news website.

“I stand with him. Ban me motherf—–! Ban me! Because I’m gonna keep posting this s– … F– y’all who got a problem with him,” Snoop said in a video which he posted to his Instagram account.

Snoop called on his 31.3 million followers to share videos of Farrakhan, said the Hollywood site.

“Post your favorite Minister Farrakhan video on your Instagram and Facebook page. Show some love to a real brotha’,” Snoop said in a video. “Can’t ban all of us.”

Facebook did not specifically explain why the Nation of Islam leader was banned, though it had removed the video from his page last fall in which he made the comparison between Jews and termites.

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Accompanying that video, Farrakhan posted: “To members of the Jewish Community that don’t like me. Thank you very much for putting my name all over the planet. Because of your fear of what we represent, I can go anywhere in the world and they’ve heard of Farrakhan. Thank you very much.”

Last year, Twitter removed Farrakhan’s blue-check verification after he posted a video warning of “the satanic Jew,” reported The Wrap.