It's somewhat comforting to know that whatever disputes may rend big-bucks gangsta rap from time to time, Snoop Dogg most likely will be there, anxious to restore the peace but even more anxious to make a quick buck. So here he comes to town on tour with the Game, West Coast hip-hop's self-proclaimed savior and the young one brave enough to cook up a public beef with 50 Cent, a former Snoop Dogg collaborator whose bullet wounds, he's more than happy to tell you, didn't come from his own gun. Could Snoop be the new Reverend Al Sharpton?
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