Snoop Dogg Arrested in Sweden, Claims Racial Profiling: 'They Didn't Find S**t'

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Snoop Dogg was arrested in Sweden Saturday, and he's not letting the incident pass quietly.

The "Gin & Juice" rapper performed in the the city of Uppsala, where he was later taken into custody by police. Snoop Dogg claimed the incident was a case of "racial profiling."

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The 43-year-old California native made a number of NSFW videos detailing the evening. His first post of the night let fans know that his crew was being "sweated by the cops." Towards the end of the clip, Snoop turned the camera on the officer arresting him. A friend can be heard in the background asking "what do we have" that's suspicious.

He then posted two videos from the back of a police car, both captioned "ftp."
"Pulled a n***a over for nothin'," he said from the backseat. "Taking us to the station where I’ve got to go pee in a cup for nothin'. I ain’t done nothin'. All I did was came to this country and did a concert, and now I've got to go to the police station. For nothin’!"

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While still in the car, Snoop apologized to his fans in Sweden, telling them he wouldn’t be returning to their country -- the first but not the last time he'd make that statement during his ordeal.

Daniel Nilsson, a police spokesman for the central Uppsala region, said police pulled Snoop over because he "seemed to be under the influence of narcotics," according to The Guardian.

"The incident lasted several minutes," he added. "Once the test was carried out he left."

In his last post of the night, however, the rapper let his family and friends know that "he made it through," and the cops didn't find anything after he was forced to pee in a cup.

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This is far from Snoop's first brush with the law. The rapper has been arrested eight times, including for murder -- all charges were later dropped from the 1993 case -- drug possession and trespassing.

Listen to Snoop talk about his most recent music project in the video below.