Tito Ortiz Is Trying To Pick A Fight, Blasts Rap Legend Snoop Dogg

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz has put on a storied career in mixed martial arts. “The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” ended his career within the Bellator MMA promotion. In his final fight, Ortiz faced off against fellow former UFC competitor Chael Sonnen. Earning a rear-naked choke submission victory over the fighter, Ortiz announced the end of his MMA career. Now it would appear that the former UFC champion has taken to social media to criticize a hip hop legend for a recent statement.

Asking “isn’t this a death threat?” Tito Ortiz recently took to Twitter to comment on Snoog Dogg’s new cover art for his single “Make America Crip Again.”

In the cover art, as seen below, a body can be seen displayed with a toe tag that reads “Trump.” The cover art has since been drawing controversy among music fans.

.@snoopdogg isn't this a death threat? ?@realDonaldTrump

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