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Snoop Dogg orders Pittsburgh Steelers to fire coach

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Snoop Dogg is a pretty big Pittsburgh Steelers fan, well after the Raiders left Los Angeles he has been.

But the rapper and part-time reggae star shares the same concerns and worries as other normal fans. Most notably, the ineptitude of offensive co-ordinator Todd Haley.

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Instagram Rage

On Thursday night, Snoop took to Instagram to inform Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin that he should fire Haley. Curse words were thrown around. Nothing you haven’t heard before but be warned, video is NSFW.

Snoop shoots his spiel in a way that supporters can related; from the diehards to the casual Black and Yellow fan. Check it out here....

Haley Sucks

“Man, the Pittsburgh Steelers need a new f–king offensive coordinator," the 42-year old Snoop says in the clip.

"This guy sucks. Coach Tomlin, this is Snoop Dogg man. Fire that motherf–ker and gets a new offensive coordinator. We ain’t won a playoff game since we had this motherf–er. S–t.”

There is some substance to what Snoop has to say. Over the last couple of years, the Steelers have ranked consistently in the 20s in total offense, and clearly, Snoop thinks it's time for a change.

We'll have to wait and see if Mike Tomlin makes a move, but if i was Snoop i wouldn't be waiting with baited breath. Despite the 24,000+ likes his rant got.

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