November 9, 2016 5:33 pm
Updated: November 10, 2016 10:48 pm

Snoop Dogg says he’s moving to Toronto after Donald Trump victory

WATCH ABOVE: Rapper Snoop Dogg says he's considering moving to Toronto after Donald Trump was elected president.

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Snoop Dogg’s future in the United States seems to have gone up in smoke after Donald Trump‘s historic election win.

Shortly after Trump was announced the 45th president of the U.S., the outspoken hip-hop star took to Instagram looking for real estate advice from none other than Toronto-based rapper Drake.

“My new home. @champagnepapi I need the hookup on some property,” Snoop wrote under a photo of Toronto’s skyline. “Nefew f–k this s–t I’m going to the. 6ix.”

The California-based rapper, whose real name is Calvin Broadus, Jr., took time to express his dismay at Trump’s election-night win and showed support for California’s decision to legalize recreational marijuana statewide in a series of social media posts.

“I’ll smoke 2that,” he wrote under a screen grab of the legalization results on Instagram. “We just legalized marijuana in Cali. #smokeweedeveryday,” he added on Twitter.

If Snoop does end up following through on a move north of the border, it wouldn’t be his first business venture into the country.

READ MORE: Donald Trump is fine with American celebs moving to Canada if he’s elected

Leafs by Snoop, the rapper’s U.S. medical marijuana company, teamed up with Canadian licensed producer Tweed late last month and released a trio of strains available to patients countrywide — with names such as “Oceanview” and “Sunset.”

WATCH: Late Show host Stephen Colbert tells Americans who were thinking of moving to Canada following Donald Trump’s presidential victory that they shouldn’t quit on America.

Snoop Dogg also isn’t the first celebrity to pledge to move to Canada if Trump won, with others including Amy Schumer, Lena Dunham, Brian Cranston, Barbra Streisand, Miley Cyrus and Jon Stewart making similar comments in the past.

Snoop Dogg’s reaction to U.S. election results and California vote to legalize marijuana:

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