Long Island police boycott Snoop Dogg's Super Bowl performance


According to Newsweek, the Suffolk County Police Benevolent Association (SCBA) based in Long Island, N.Y. boycotted the event because of Snoop Dogg‘s involvement in the show. They specifically took issue with his recently-released anti-cop song “Police,” which sees collaborator J5 Slap urge people to defend themselves against officers who are abusing their authority. “Encouraging people to shoot police officers apparently earns you a spot as a headliner at the Super Bowl,” the Suffolk cops wrote in a statement on Facebook. “If you choose to watch the game at all, (we won’t be) halftime is a great moment to shut your TV off in honor of those men and women in blue who gave their lives for us. Thank you to Anthony A. Capetola for standing up for our police.”


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