Snoop Dogg, Jhené Aiko and More Star in New PSA Against Gun Violence
Snoop Dogg, Jhené Aiko, Aloe Blacc are among a handful of entertainers, athletes and tech leaders who want individuals with 401K plans to divest from the gun industry. The campaign is called the "#ImUnloading" movement and it's a partnership between Unload Your 401K and anti-violence movement No Guns Allowed.
"How I've been affected by gun violence over the years is through deaths of friends and family members and associates," said Snoop Dogg in the PSA. To see if your 401K is guns-free, visit the UnloadYour401K website.
Snoop along with Madonna, Rihanna, Iggy Azalea, Sam Smith and many more will perform at The iHeartRadio Music Awards this year at the Shrine in Los Angeles on March 29. Jamie Foxx will both host event. The West Coast OG is gearing up for the release of his upcoming album, Bush, which is entirely produced by Pharrell. The "Gin and Juice" MC revealed the eco-friendly cover art last week. Bush is the Snoop's 13th studio album. The first single off the LP, “Peaches N Cream” will be released this month. Back in February, Pharrell and Bigg Snoop previewed the track at Levi’s pre-Grammy party in Hollywood, Calif. He will also appear on the Game of Thrones mixtape, Catch the Throne: The Mixtape, Vol. 2, which is also dropping this month.
Watch the PSA above.