Published: Fri, February 14, 2020

Snoop Dogg Apologizes To Gayle King: 'Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right'

Snoop Dogg Apologizes To Gayle King: 'Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right'

In a new video, he's admitted that he "overreacted". Glamorous movie sets. Star-filled restaurants.

He said he "publicly tore down" King by coming at her in a "derogatory manner" that he admitted was fueled by anger from the interview, where King also referred to Bryant's unidentified accuser as "the victim". "I should have handled it way different than that". I was raised way better than that.

Snoop - when they brought me to my gated community and placed me inside of my penthouse, they didn't win nor did they silence me. Speaking directly to what appears to be his phone camera, Snoop said that two wrongs don't make a right, and "when you're wrong, you gotta fix it".

The drama began after King interviewed former WNBA player Lisa Leslie about Bryant's death in a helicopter crash that claimed the lives of all nine passengers on board, including Bryant's daughter Gianna.

During a discussion with Leslie, King brought up Bryant's 2003 sexual assault case.

"Unbeknownst to me my network put up a clip from a very wide-ranging interview totally taken out of context, and when you see it that way it's very jarring", she said, describing her reaction as "mortified", "embarassed", and "very angry".


The interview wound up going viral after CBS This Morning used the excerpt to promote it on social media, and King's had a pretty rough time ever since. The OG took to his Instagram to voice his opinion in a lengthy video post. Snoop Dogg prominently participated in the vitriol hurled towards King.

"I accept the apology and understand the raw emotions caused by this tragic loss", King said a statement. "A lot of people look up to me and they love me and they appreciate me, so I want to let them know that anytime you mess up, it's OK to fix it; it's OK to man up and say that you're wrong".

"I've been up reading the comments about the interview I did with Lisa Leslie about Kobe Bryant", she said in an Instagram video. After a backlash against his comments, he apologized Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2020.

King has yet to respond on her own social media feeds, but maybe this will be the end of all the strife.

Snoop Dogg and home-arts guru Martha Stewart are partners in "Martha and Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party", which is in its third season on VH1, one of the many cable networks owned by ViacomCBS, the media conglomerate that resulted from a merger late previous year between Viacom Inc. and CBS Corp.

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