Snoop Dogg apologises to Gayle King over Kobe Bryant’s comments

Snoop Dogg has issued an apology to CBS anchor Gayle King for overreacting for the Kobe Bryant interview last week.

Snoop heavily criticizing her for an interview she did with WNBA legend Lisa Leslie, which included a question and follow up about Kobe’s 2003 sexual assault case.

Now, Snoop admits he was wrong the way he overreacting following death threats Gayle received after Kobe’s interview.

On Instagram, the rapper regrets for what he says to the anchor, he said he did that to defend the late Black Mamba because he can’t defend himself.

The rapper added that his mother gave him some sage advice, enough to open his mind and understand that what he did to Gayle King wasn’t right.

In his initial rant, Snoop called Gayle a “funky dog head bitch” and asked her, “How dare you try to tarnish my motherf***in’ home boy’s reputation, punk motherf***er? Respect the family and back off, bitch. Before we come get you.”

Snoop later backtracked and said he didn’t mean anything as a threat, now he’s regret for express his feeling, he recognizes that he’s an example to public.