Snoop Dogg pushed back against the idea that Kansas officials were surprised by what happened during his controversial performance at Late Night at the Phog on Friday.
The performance, which lasted more than half an hour, featured pole dancers on stripper poles, money guns that fired fake $100 bills into the crowd and the unfiltered lyrics that you would come to expect from Snoop.
“When you pay for Snoop Dogg, you gonna get Snoop Dogg,” the rapper said on ‘The Howard Stern Show’ on Tuesday.
Snoop also insisted that the school’s response, a formal apology from Athletic Director Jeff Long, only happened because of the backlash that the performance received online, adding that it was a “lie” that he was asked to leave the building after the performance.
“I had the time of my life,” he said. “I hung out with the basketball teams. I just think it was more the publicity of what I did. They had to cover it up. And I respect them. And I wasn’t gonna put no smut on their name and say that they did anything wrong, because they invited me to come do what I do.
“The audience enjoyed that s—,” Snoop said. “I don’t know what the f— they talkin’ about.”