Snoop even goes so far as to compare "the evolution" of Kanye and Jay-Z, pointing to the influence of their respective wives.
Snoop Dogg has been vocal about his disapproval of Kanye's political and social stances since the latter began tweeting about his "love" for "brother" Trump, but after Kim Kardashian tweeted endlessly about her support for her "free thinker" husband, Snoop took the savagery to a whole new level.
"The evolution of Jay-Z and Kanye show[s] you how influential your wife can be to your life," the rapper posted to Instagram Friday morning, giving a shoutout to his own wife -- Shante Broadus -- for "being [his] rock and keeping [him] straight."
The jab comes less than 24 hours after Snoop commented on 50 Cent's Instagram post of a 2014 Kimye Vogue cover -- except instead of Kim, the cover was Photoshopped to show Kanye embracing a wedding-dress-clad Trump.
"Them bitch-ass n----s deserve each other," Snoop commented on the post. "'Get Out' the movie is really starring Kanye West as Uncle Tom and POTUS as [master]."
Snoop's comment has received close to 50,000 likes. Jamie Foxx even replied, "Daaaayuuum," accompanied by several laugh-cry Emojis.
Snoop had previously posted photos of Ye sporting a red "Make America Great Again" hat, captioning the post, "That's mighty white of you, Kanye. N---a, if you don't snap out of it, 'Get Out' Part 2." He then reposted several other posts shaming Yeezy, including a fake George W. Bush tweet that says, "Kanye West does not care about black people."
See every ounce of shade Snoop has thrown Kanye's way in the posts below.