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Snoop Dogg Set Up In FAKE Anti-Cop Song Fiasco


A conniving artist created a fake song and had the cops heated at Snoop Dogg, which resulted in some officers boycotting the rap star’s Super Bowl performance. Read more!

Various police unions boycotted rapper Snoop Dogg just as he was set to perform during the Super Bowl Halftime Show with Dr. Dre, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, 50 Cent, and Eminem. 


The Suffolk County Police Benevolent Association (SCBA), a police advocacy group, jumpstarted a boycott of Snoop after hearing the song “Police,” a purported song with J5. 

Unfortunately, the Long Island, N.Y. pro-police group got it all wrong – the song in question is a total fake. 

Mainstream outlets initially reported the news of a song called “Police,” which was widely redistributed by other Hip-Hop media outlets.

Sources with AllHipHop revealed the nefarious song was constructed through the internet without Snoop’s knowledge and likely peddled to the police. 

In November 2021, a relatively unknown rapper who goes by the moniker J5 Slap was a customer of Anno Domini Nation, a service that sells music production. 

J5 Slap purchased a package containing beats and guest artist verses (non of which belonged to Snoop Dogg). At the time of purchase, he was provided with a smart contract like all customers.

Then, the Anno Domini Nation contract was altered to make it look official to lure in a guest verse from A1Yolaman, who was unaware of the scheme.

Furthermore, the fraudulently authenticated contract showed manager and music mogul Matthew “M80” Markoff as the signee through his Holy Toledo Productions.

Then, a Snoop Dogg acapella from his song 2015 song “Back Up,” which includes no lyrics about killing cops, was downloaded off YouTube. Then, J5 Slap and A1Yolaman wrapped it with lyrics dissing the cops as the song “Police.” 

The contract and song were submitted and approved by TuneCore for broader distribution to other platforms, such as Spotify, YouTube, and other DSPs.


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In a statement online, Markoff expressed his frustration with a number of media outlets. 

“I’m looking forward to watching every media outlet, law enforcement agency, and legal office that ran with this FALSE story about Snoop Dogg apologizing this week,” he snapped. 

Apparently, the officers did not listen to the song at all, but they issued a statement. 

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