Snoop Dogg said Kansas officials should not have been surprised by his controversial performance at last week’s Late Night at the Phog. His 35-minute show included unfiltered lyrics and pole dancers.

He also shot fake $100 bills into the crowd with money guns.

Kansas athletic director Jeff Long issued a rebuke shortly after the performance.

Snoop Dogg told Howard Stern that the school responded only because of the backlash that ensued “because I brought stripper poles and [women] and money guns.”

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He also said any suggestion that he was asked to leave the building following his performance was a “lie.”

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