Snoop Dogg Appears to React to AI Version of His Voice on Drake's Diss Track Aimed at Kendrick Lamar

Snoop Dogg Reacts To Drake Using His AI Voice On Kendrick Lamar Diss: They Did What?'

Drake's A.I. Diss Track: Snoop Dogg's Reaction Sparks Debate in Hip-Hop Community
Once more, Drake has electrified the hip-hop world with his newest diss track targeting Kendrick Lamar, released on social media just last night. The buzz? Drake's groundbreaking application of A.I. technology, echoing the voices of Tupac and Snoop Dogg, reigniting his rivalry with K.Dot.

The song has sparked intense debate among fans, not just about Drake's lyrical jabs, but also about the ethics and implications of using A.I. in hip-hop. 

Many are eagerly awaiting Kendrick's response, if there will be one at all, while others speculate on the impact of Drake's bold move.
However, amid all the speculation, one pressing inquiry persists: How does Snoop Dogg, the legendary Tha Doggfather himself, view Drake's A.I. emulation of his and Tupac's voices?

In a video posted in the early hours of Saturday, April 20 (coincidentally, 4/20), Snoop Dogg offered a cryptic response that left fans guessing. Sporting a skeptical expression, he muttered, "They did what?" before questioning the authenticity of the news. 

With a sigh, he gestured to the "Death Row" emblem on his jacket, hinting at his storied past in the rap game.

Watch: Snoop Dogg's Reaction to Drake's Kendrick Lamar Diss Track Features AI Version of His Voice

Amidst the confusion, Snoop shrugged off the inquiries, jokingly dismissing the flood of calls blowing up his phone. "What the f**k, what happened? What's going on?" he quipped, before bidding his followers a good night and retreating to bed.

The enigmatic response from Snoop Dogg only adds to the intrigue surrounding Drake's controversial use of A.I. technology. As fans eagerly await further developments in this unfolding saga, one thing is clear: the rap world is buzzing with anticipation and speculation.

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