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Snoop Dogg moving to Uganda because of Bobi Wine

Snoop Dogg

No ladies, it’s not about you this time! Disappointed right?

Any way a few days ago we wrote about American Hip Hop artiste Snoop Dogg showing interest in moving to Uganda following President Donald Trump’s comments about how African countries are ‘shitholes’.

Read: Snoop Dogg set to move to Uganda

The musician, in a video clip, said he would be packing his bags, money and come to settle in the Pearl of Africa. Shortly after he posted a picture of himself holding a t-shirt with a picture of president Museveni on it, prompting many to think that the president might have something to do with his earlier remarks.

However, the Young Wild and Free musician yesterday tweeted that the reason behind his relocation plans is none other than Member of Parliament Robert Kyagulanyi, alias Bobi Wine

“Keep calm, y’all wondering why am relocating to Uganda? Well I want to meet H.E Bobi Wine so that I learn how politics & weed work together,” Snoop Dogg wrote.

Talk of influencing an international star. Bobi Wine should be ready to explain to snoop how he has been able to achieve all that.

Singer Bobi Wine has risen from a weed smoking artiste to a member of parliament which has impressed Snoop Dogg. File photo

However, after thorough investigations we discovered that the source of the tweet was a parody account. We are still waiting on Snoop to confirm his coming. For now, let us keep our fingers crossed.

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