The video was first posted at the weekend and features the rapper pointing a gun at a clown dressed as the US President.
The President wasn't going to take that sort of diss lying down - so he took to Twitter for one of his trademark rants, possibly without warning his homies in the White House.
If you thought the political situation in the United States couldn't get any more insane, you were wrong, because Donald Trump is now feuding with Snoop Dogg. Marco Rubio (R-FL), who said presidential assassinations should not be joked about.
"There's absolutely nothing amusing about an assassination attempt on a president, and I'm really shocked at him, because I thought he was better than that", Cohen said.
"We have a really sad history in this country of attempted and successful assassinations and it's irresponsible for a musician or artist to encourage murdering the president", Cruz added.
Can you imagine what the outcry would be if @SnoopDogg, failing career and all, had aimed and fired the gun at President Obama? President Trump, who should be busy in his attempt to "make America great", found time to blast Snoop Dogg on Twitter.
But the most controversial aspect of it is a clown dubbed "Ronald Klump". "I thought it was a good video".
"There's absolutely nothing amusing about an assassination attempt on a president, and I'm really shocked at him, because I thought he was better than that", he said.
YouTube star Jesse Wellens took on the directing gig for the cinematic music video, saying he's proud of what they accomplished: "I'm just proud of the entire piece altogether".
Meanwhile, Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen said, "It's totally disgraceful".
But on Wednesday morning, he did in fact get a quasi-personal response from Trump himself, by way of a tweet that went out to the POTUS's 26.5 million followers.