Evangelist Franklin Graham has accused Snoop Dogg of “promoting hate, violence, and unrest” with his controversial new music video, which takes on hot button issues including police shootings and portrays the rapper shooting a clown made to represent President Donald Trump.

“How low can we go?” Graham asked in a Facebook post shared on Wednesday. “We’ve had so many problems in this country between law enforcement and minority communities, we should be looking for ways to unite and bring people together.”

The video for “Lavender” (Nightfall Remix) ft. Kaytranada & Snoop Dogg, dropped this weekend and features the rapper and a cast of clowns. The rapper takes aim at Trump, pointing a gun at a clown dressed like the president, played by actor Michael Rapaport.

The obscenity-riddled single, a remix of a track by BADBADNOTGOOD and Kaytranada, also includes the line “F**k the police, from a black man’s point of view” and depicts a police officer pulling a man over and shooting him.

Graham went on to condemn the song’s “vulgar lyrics” and criticize the entertainment industry for promoting such content.

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