"I certainly don't accept it as President Trump, and in all fairness, it's not amusing, it's not artistic".
Snoop Dogg has yet to respond to the president's tweet but numerous rapper's fans have been quick to congratulate him on the video and mock Trump for missing the point of the video. "Snoop Dogg, who's glamorizing drug culture, gang culture - or Donald Trump, who's making our economy better and making it easier for people to start businesses and get out of cycles of poverty?"
The president declared Snoop Dogg's career to be "failing", as he fired off the tweet at 7am ET this morning.
Trump has suggested that had Snoop done the same thing to Barack Obama while he was still in office, he would have faced jail.
He continued: "I think people can disagree".
In the video for new song Lavender, Snoop Dogg, 45, is seen shooting at a clown version of Trump, only to release a flag with the word "bang".
Snoop has not responded to the call for an apology. "Anytime I drop something, I'm trying to fill in a void", he told the outlet. He goes on to say that there is nothing amusing about an attempt on the US President's life and that he is really shocked at Snoop because he thought that the rapper was better than that.
But the video sparked a warning from Republican senator Marco Rubio who said the rapper should be careful about depicting a Presidential assassination.
"There's absolutely nothing amusing about an assassination attempt on a president, and I'm really shocked at him, because I thought he was better than that", he said. In line with this, the well-known rapper is recently having conflicts with US President Donald Trump.
"Shame on you, Snoop", he said, adding that there's "so much more he can do for the country", such as join the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, which Cohen co-chairs.