"NFTs need to die."

Straight Outta Metaverse

Calvin "Snoop Dogg" Broadus' decision to bring his newly acquired Death Row Records into the world of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) has ticked off a lot of his fans.

Responding to Death Row's entire catalog being pulled from streaming platforms amid Snoop's push to bring the storied record company "to the metaverse" and make it into what the Long Beach rapper calls an "NFT label," fans took to Twitter to express their dismay.

"Since DoggySyle is taken off Spotify it be looking like I need to use my cd’s again," one user wrote.

Dogg Days

This is the second time Snoop has faced backlash in as many months after reports surfaced just before his Super Bowl halftime performance about a sexual battery lawsuit brought by a Jane Doe who describes herself as a former dancer — allegations the rapper denied, calling them a "shakedown" through a spokesperson and later asking the courts to dismiss the "implausible" suit.

The tenor of this fan response is, of course, quite different.

"So, thanks to Snoop Dogg promoting NFT shit and making Death Row Records an NFT record label, all the releases except 2Pac's, will be removed from Spotify and so on," one irked fan wrote. "This is actually bullshit, that means no more Dre's Chronic on Spotify. NFTs need to die, fucking stupid movement."

"WTF Snoop?" wrote another. "Nobody cares that you’re trying to make Death Row an NFT record label."

They're big mad, y'all. Here are some of the funniest responses below.

Cool Cool Cool

Extremely cool and normal.

A Diehard Speaks

They're not wrong!


Where's the lie?

Nostalgia, Ultra

Mid-2000's fashion is back in style, so why not?

Here's to the future of music or whatever.

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