A week after members of the Rastafari Millennium Council issues a 7-page statement condemning Snoop Lion, the West Coast rapper turn reggae star has reached out to them.
Sources close to the Council, headed by reggae Legend Bunny Wailer, told UrbanIslandz.com that Snoop and Wailer are working out their differences.
“At the end of the day these are all grown men irrespective of their views of Rastafarian believes,” the source said. “After hearing the news Snoop reached out to Wailer and others and will be flying to Jamaica next month where he will meet with the Nyabhingi leaders.”
During an excerpt from a recent interview, Snoop Lion opened up about his relationship with Bunny Wailer.
“You know one thing about Bunny Wailer, is that if you ain’t real, then you ain’t gonna be around him,” Snoop Lion said.
Snoop Lion also appeared on BET’s 106 & Park last week where he spoke candidly about his Rastafarian beliefs.
“Anything you do in life you’re going to have negativity, you’re going to have people putting you down and saying things to dissuade what your opinion is,” Snoop Lion told host Bow Wow. “Am a positive individual, I know what am here to do what am suppose to do, so am going to continue to push forward, and ain’t nobody going to stop me.”
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