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Snoop Dogg kisses his wife of 21 years,Shane Taylor as he gets a star on hollywood walk of fame.

Snoop Dogg kisses his wife of 21 years Shante Taylor as he gets a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Nov 20, 2018 12:46 AM

They’ve been married for an impressive 21 years.

And Snoop Dogg’s wife Shante Taylor was at his side as he was honoured on Monday with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The rapper planted sweet kisses on his high school sweetheart, who donned a black blazer covered in stars.

In it for the long haul: Snoop Dogg kisses his wife of 21 years Shante Taylor as he gets a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles on Monday
In it for the long haul: Snoop Dogg kisses his wife of 21 years Shante Taylor as he gets a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles on Monday
Doggfather: Snoop's loving family was also there to celebrate the big day
Doggfather: Snoop’s loving family was also there to celebrate the big day

Shante and Snoop have three children together, sons Cordé, 24, and Cordell, 21,, who quit football to pursue a career as a film maker, and daughter Cori, 19.

Snoop also has a son from a relationship with Laurie Holmond, Julian Corrie, 20.

While today Shante and Snoop seem happier than ever, they did break up back in 2004, but cancelled their divorce and four years later renewed their wedding vows.

Snoop’s star ceremony took place just four days ahead of the 25th anniversary of the release of his debut album Doggystyle.

Regal: Snoop Dogg celebrated another achievement on Monday as he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Regal: Snoop Dogg celebrated another achievement on Monday as he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Doggy Dogg World: The 47-year-old musician looked regal as he presided over the revealing of his place along the famed boulevard, surrounded by family and friends
Doggy Dogg World: The 47-year-old musician looked regal as he presided over the revealing of his place along the famed boulevard, surrounded by family and friends

The 47-year-old musician looked regal as he presided over the revealing of his place along the famed boulevard, surrounded by family and friends.

Snoop has released 16 studio albums since being discovered by Dr Dre in 1992 and has sold over 23 million records in the United States and 35 million worldwide.

Never one to shy away from a business endeavor, Snoop has also appeared in numerous films and television episodes, including Baby Boy, Scary Movie 5 and Starsky & Hutch.

Nuthin' but a G Thang: Donning a long tan coat with a beige turtleneck underneath, the Gin and Juice rapper couldn't keep the smile from his face
Nuthin’ but a G Thang: Donning a long tan coat with a beige turtleneck underneath, the Gin and Juice rapper couldn’t keep the smile from his face
Drop it like it's hot: He had baggie blue jeans on underneath as well as a freshly polished pair of black and brown wingtips
Drop it like it’s hot: He had baggie blue jeans on underneath as well as a freshly polished pair of black and brown wingtips
Bible of love: The rapper shaded his eyes with a pair of dark sunglasses and his salt and pepper locks were slicked back
Bible of love: The rapper shaded his eyes with a pair of dark sunglasses and his salt and pepper locks were slicked back

He also gotten into director and producing pornographic movies, reality television and even went by the name of Snoop Lion after announcing his conversion to Rastafarianism following a trip to Jamaica in 2012.

Donning a long tan coat with a beige turtleneck underneath, the Gin and Juice rapper couldn’t keep the smile from his face.

He had baggie blue jeans on underneath as well as a freshly polished pair of black and brown wingtips.

What's my name: Snoop star is just in front of the El Capitan Entertainment Center, where Jimmy Kimmel Live! is taped
What’s my name: Snoop star is just in front of the El Capitan Entertainment Center, where Jimmy Kimmel Live! is taped
Still a G thang: The 51-year-old late night host was there and gave a speech about the rapper
Still a G thang: The 51-year-old late night host was there and gave a speech about the rapper

Snoop shaded his eyes with a pair of dark sunglasses and his salt and pepper locks were slicked back.

His star is just in front of the El Capitan Entertainment Center, where Jimmy Kimmel Live! is taped.

The 51-year-old late night host was there and gave a speech about the rapper.

Also in attendance were Snoop’s longtime friends Dr. Dre, Quincy Jones, Pharrell Williams, and Warren G.

Snoop was recently honored by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, with the star running businesses in the world of cannabis, fashion, food and merchandise.

Still D.R.E.: Also in attendance were Snoop's longtime friends Dr. Dre, Quincy Jones, Pharrell Williams, and Warren G
Still D.R.E.: Also in attendance were Snoop’s longtime friends Dr. Dre, Quincy Jones, Pharrell Williams, and Warren G
Lay low: His Drop It Like It's Hot co-star donned a green t-shirt with ripped blue jeans and a baseball cap
Lay low: His Drop It Like It’s Hot co-star donned a green t-shirt with ripped blue jeans and a baseball cap
Gangsta luv: Quincy Jones looked stately in a velour sweatsuit
Gangsta luv: Quincy Jones looked stately in a velour sweatsuit
Gin and Juice: Snoop has released 16 studio albums since being discovered by Dr. Dre in 1992 and has sold over 23 million records in the United States and 35 million worldwide
Gin and Juice: Snoop has released 16 studio albums since being discovered by Dr. Dre in 1992 and has sold over 23 million records in the United States and 35 million worldwide
That's That: Snoop was recently honored by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, with the star running businesses in the world of cannabis, fashion, food and merchandise
That’s That: Snoop was recently honored by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, with the star running businesses in the world of cannabis, fashion, food and merchandise

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TRUMP DILEMMA:preserve Saudi alliance or declare Prince a murderer.

Trump dilemma: Preserve Saudi alliance or declare prince a murderer

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Nov 20, 2018 5:24 AM

With Riyadh under international pressure, the Saudi prosecutor announced the arrest of 21 suspects and charges against 11, saying five will face the possible death penalty.

WASHINGTON – The Saudi assassination of a US-based journalist has put President Donald Trump in an intractable bind.

Does he preserve a close US ally and accept whatever Riyadh says about the murder?

Or does he risk a rupture and embrace the conclusion of the Central Intelligence Agency that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the country’s de facto leader, ordered the killing?

The US president has refrained from attacking Prince Mohammed ever since Jamal Khashoggi, a veteran Saudi journalist who had been writing articles critical of Riyadh for The Washington Post, was killed and dismembered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on 2 October.

With Riyadh under international pressure, the Saudi prosecutor announced the arrest of 21 suspects and charges against 11, saying five will face the possible death penalty.

At the same time, Washington announced sanctions on 17 Saudis allegedly involved, including two top aides of the prince.

Neither side though named the mastermind of the operation. But, according to the Post and The New York Times, the CIA is certain that it was Prince Mohammed himself.

That puts the US president in a bind. He has formed a deep alliance with the Saudis over a mutual dislike for Iran and a shared interest in keeping global oil prices steady.

Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner has sealed the relationship through a close personal connection with the prince, known as “MBS.”

For that reason, until now, Trump has appears loathe to finger Prince Mohammed for Khashoggi’s murder, saying he hasn’t seen the evidence. He said on Sunday that he will likely only be briefed on the CIA conclusions by Tuesday.

TWO OPTIONS

“Trump has only two options,” said Michele Dunne, a Middle East expert at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

“He can agree with the intelligence evaluation and go along with what Congress wants to do, which means indicating publicly or privately that the US will no longer work with MBS.”

Or, she said, he can go against all that and try to protect the White House’s relationship with the prince.

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In either case, the risks are high.

Severing relations with the son of King Salman bin Abdulaziz al Saud is an extreme step, but would not necessarily mean a complete bilateral rupture, said Dunne.

“Saudi Arabia is not MBS, and MBS is not Saudi Arabia.”

Yet it risks spurring changes in the hierarchy of the Saudi royal family, with the outcome unpredictable for Saudi-US relations.

On the other hand, if Trump refuses to condemn Prince Mohammed, an angry Congress could take action that would damage the relationship, such as freezing arms sales to the Middle East giant.

Senior Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, who is close to the president, does not mince his attacks on the prince over Khashoggi’s death.

“I believed from day one that 15 people, 18, whatever the number was, they don’t get on two airplanes, go to Turkey and chop a guy up in the consulate who’s a critic of the crown prince without the crown prince having known about it and sanctioned it,” Graham told NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday.

SHOW OF RESOLVE?

The White House appears divided. Kushner has been quiet about the case and his friend the prince.

But on Friday, Kirsten Fontenrose, a White House official who advocated a tough stance, resigned her position, according to the New York Times.

Trump himself has waxed hot and cold on the issue.

One day he denounces it as “one of the worst cover-ups” in history and a “total fiasco.”

The next he stresses the importance of the alliance and repeats that Prince Mohammed has personally denied to him that he ordered the assassination.

Suzanne Maloney of the Brookings Institution think-tank said Trump’s equivocating is risky for the relationship.

“The Saudis aren’t getting the signal that this kind of activity is damaging,” she said.

“The signal that they’re trying to send is that business can go on as usual with the senior leadership.”

However, she said, a direct, public accusation against the prince will not work either.

“You wouldn’t go out in public and say that your crown prince needs to go!”

The best alternative is to make the point behind the scenes, and make it clear to the Saudis that they have gone too far.

“That’s what a genuinely competent administration would do,” she said.

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