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Snoop Dogg On Kanye: 'Weed Don't Make You Do That'

After Kanye West's reported hospitalization following the cancelation of his remaining Saint Pablo tour dates, rapper Snoop Dogg has taken to social media to speculate on West's situation.

After what has reportedly been an "exhausting" tour for West, according to mother-in-law Kris Jenner, the hip-hop star was reportedly taken to a hospital after he canceled the remaining shows on his current tour.

The reported hospital visit comes after a bizarre appearance at a Sacramento show, where West went on an extended rant about fellow artists Beyonce and Jay-Z, and played only three songs before leaving, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Concertgoers were so upset by the performance that Ticketmaster agreed to refund tickets for the Sacramento show, KARE reports.

"I can't believe he still talking," said Snoop Dogg, who is known for including references to marijuana in his songs. "I smoke weed. Weed don't make you do that."

"What the f*** is he on?" asked Snoop, perhaps alluding to drug use, according to All Hip Hop. Snoop also called West "crazy" in an Instagram post.

"Beyonce, I was hurt because I heard that you said you wouldn’t perform unless you won Video of the Year over me and over 'Hotline Bling,'" said West during his Sacramento show. "Now don’t go trying to diss Beyonce. She is great. Taylor Swift is great. We are all great people. We are all people. But sometimes we be playing the politics too much and forgetting who we are just to win. F*** winning. F*** looking cool. F*** being cool,"

During the speech, West also implored Jay Z to call him.

"I've been sent here to give y'all my truth, even at the risk of my own life," said West. "At the risk of my own success. I'll give y'all the truth. Jay Z, call me, you still ain't called me... Jay Z, I know you got killers. Please don't send them at my head. Just call me. Talk to me like a man."

The mid-show rant was West's second in the same week, after a speech during his San Jose show in which he spoke about racism before praising President-elect Donald Trump.

Sources: All Hip Hop, Los Angeles Times, KARE / Photo credit: Gergely Csatari/Wikimedia Commons

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