Paul Gascoigne: Snoop Dogg branded ‘DISGRACE’ for mocking star’s alcohol addiction
Snoop Dogg, 47, uploaded a photo to his 33 million followers on Instagram, comparing how he has changed over the years to Paul Gascoigne.
The US star posted a picture of a younger Gazza during his days as a footballer aged 20.
Next to it was a photo of the former England midfielder from back in 2014, when he was also 47.
It said alongside the photos: “Alcohol abuse”.
In comparison, Snoop entitled two pictures “marijuana abuse” as he shared a photo of him aged 20 alongside another one of him at 47, where he looked as if he’d barely aged.
Gazza has infamously struggled with alcohol and mental health issues.
Fans of the star jumped to his defence on Twitter with some branding the Instagram upload a “disgrace”.
One fan wrote on Twitter: “Snoop Dogg is cancelled for going after Gazza.”
Another commented: “I saw Gazza in Sheffield the other week and he looks nothing like that. The lad looks well. #t****r.”
A third added: “Snoop Dogg disrespecting Paul Gascoigne, considering he suffered with alcoholism and other issues. F***ing disgrace.”
Piers Morgan also addressed Snoop’s image and called it “nasty”.
Posting the same picture, the Good Morning Britain presenter wrote: “This is nasty. Shame on you @SnoopDogg.”
Elsewhere, Gazza is currently enjoying some sun in Benidorm where he his hosting his own event.
He told fans at the Spanish resort that he was “loving life” off the booze, as he was captured sipping water in a video.
Gazza reportedly got emotional as he spoke to the crowd about his life and career.
He said, reports Daily Star: “I’m not a saint, far from it, but I’ve had a great career. I’m still here.
“I enjoy life at the moment, things are going well.”
Gazza was said to have been greeted with a standing ovation from the audience at his An Evening With show.
They chanted: “We love you, Gazza,” and “There’s only one Paul Gascoigne” when starring in his own event.
Former professional snooker player and host Willie Thorne, 65, told fans: “He’s been here for a week and hasn’t touched a single drop, ladies and gents.”
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