Kanye West recently rocked a T-shirt with Snoop Dogg's face on it. This is notable for a few reasons, most obviously for its positioning in the wake of West's most MAGA-y chapter yet and subsequent public criticism from Snoop and other fellow artists.

While Snoop chalked the fashion choice up to "forgiveness," there's a very, very high chance West is just wearing the shirt as part of his transformation process from unparalleled artistic visionary to full-on troll.

Following West's post-credits Saturday Night Live speech about Trump and love and other things that have nothing to do with each other, Snoop urged the once-untouchable artist to ditch the Make America Great Again fallacies for the process of making something that actually matters great again: music. Snoop also referred to West as an Uncle Tom.

Snoop Dogg has been critical of Kanye West throughout his post-Pablo Trump infatuation and subsequent embrace of wholly tired and extremely misleading Republican talking points not unlike the kind you might hear from someone in the Trump family. Last month, for example, Snoop hit West (and Trump supporters in general) with a "fuck you" during an interview with DJ Suss One. "Throw him in the bag, he right with them motherfuckers," Snoop said.