“Crazy” Kanye West is acting a little too young, wild and free for Snoop Dogg’s taste.
The patron saint of marijuana shared an unimpressed Instagram commentary on West’s aggressive word salad at his half-hour Sacramento, Calif., show on Saturday, mustering a grimace of boredom and concern as he puzzled over the rapper’s rantings.
“I smoke weed. Weed don’t make you do that. What the (expletive) is he on?” Snoop queried in one video of himself watching West’s diatribe, which took aim at Beyoncé, Jay Z, Hillary Clinton and the radio industry.
“I thought he was supposed to be doing a show,” he later added, apparently acting as an audience surrogate. “I can’t believe he’s still talking.”
Snoop, in his trademark unprintable flair, went on to remark that West had “picked the wrong night to vent like that” to the Sacramento crowd.
Yeezus, who went on to cancel his Sunday show in Inglewood, Calif., incensed his devotees one night earlier after he made them wait more than an hour, performed three songs and insinuated that Beyoncé’s MTV Video Music Awards win for “Formation” had been a setup.
“Beyoncé, I was hurt,” he said. “I heard that you said you wouldn’t perform unless you won Video of the Year over me and ‘Hotline Bling.’”
The rapper-turned-designer bolted after less than half an hour — leaving a crowd of more than 13,000 hanging — and proceeded to flood his long-dormant Instagram account with precisely 99 photos of clothing, shoes and accessories.
The Golden 1 Center on Sunday offered aggrieved attendees refunds.
West’s stunt came two days after he announced his 2020 presidential candidacy during a San Jose show and revealed he hadn’t voted on Election Day — but that if he had, he would’ve voted for Donald Trump.