Snoop Dogg's new album dropped last Friday, and it's already generating controversy
– including an investigation from the Secret Service.
The record is entitled "Make America Crip Again," a knock on Donald Trump's campaign slogan and reference to the Crips, a street gang known for drug trafficking, racketeering, and murder.
Dogg has attacked the president before. In a music video that premiered earlier this year, Snoop is depicted murdering a clown who bears a resemblance to the president.
In response, the Secret Service's intelligence section has begun a threat and risk analysis assessment.