Paul Gascoigne has hit back at & # 39; f *** ing & # 39; Snoop Dogg after the rapper used a photo from him as a reason not to abuse alcohol.
The American star, 47, became a & # 39; shame & # 39; mentioned when he placed a photo of the former footballer from England during his younger playing days next to one of his 47-year-olds.
One of the photos & # 39; s with the caption & # 39; alcohol abuse & # 39; was taken in 2014 just before he was admitted to hospital after a shower.
Today Gascoigne addressed the controversy on Twitter, and wrote: & # 39; Just back from doing charity work in Spain when you thought it was safe. 2 taking it out of the water, f *** and snoop dog shows up FFS SHANE (his manager), what is he sniffing? over front (laughter, thumbs up, and heart emoji) from GAZZA x. & # 39;
Backlash: Snoop Dogg is a & # 39; shame & # 39; mentioned after using a photo of Paul Gascoigne as a reason not to abuse alcohol. Today Gascoigne addressed the controversy on Twitter and jokingly asked what he snoops for? & # 39;
Outrage: in the same post, a series of photos with the title & # 39; Marijuana abuse & # 39 ;, the Sweat hit maker shared a moment of himself at the age of 20, alongside one of him today at 47, and looked like he was barely getting older
Gascoigne, lovingly Gazza for fans, now 52, has been fighting alcohol addiction for years.
In the same post, a series of photos titled & # 39; marijuana abuse & # 39 ;, the Sweat hitmaker shared a moment of himself at the age of 20, alongside one of him today at 47, and saw look like he was barely getting older.
It is not known if Snoop Dogg knows who Paul Gascoigne is or of the well-documented battles of the former midfielder with alcohol addiction, drugs and mental health.
The post incited anger from fans who bullyed the star & # 39; and & # 39; disrespectful & # 39; and blamed him for using the photo in the light of Gazza & # 39; s medical problems.
The American star, 47, became a & # 39; shame & # 39; mentioned when he placed a photo of the football player from former England in his younger days (left) next to an image of him after a shower. Pictured right: Gascoigne in January of this year
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Snoop Dogg and Paul Gascoigne for comments.
Reporter Piers Morgan posted an image of the tweet and wrote: & # 39; This is filthy. Shame on you Snoop. & # 39;
Another wrote: & # 39; Snoop Dogg respects Paul Gascoigne because he suffers from alcoholism and other issues. F ***** g shame. & # 39;
In the same post, a series of photos titled & # 39; marijuana abuse & # 39 ;, the Sweat hitmaker shared a moment of himself at the age of 20, alongside one of him today at 47, and saw look like he was barely getting older
Another tweeted: & # 39; Wow I can't believe what #SnoopDogg tweeted about Paul Gascoigne when he has an illness and Snoop chooses to be a stoner and not for medical reasons. & # 39;
One added: & # 39; No one respects Gazza and gets away with it & # 39; while another wrote: & # 39; Snoop Dogg has been canceled after chasing Gazza like this. & # 39;
Gazza took Thursday to Twitter in response to the cruel photo and shared an inspiring quote about the importance of mutual respect and good manners – in which a Snoopy cartoon was shown in a sham to the rapper.
Fury: The post incited anger from fans who bullyed the star & # 39; and & # 39; disrespectful & # 39; and blamed him for using the photo in the light of Paul's medical problems.
He wrote: & # 39; If they respect you, respect them. If they don't respect you, still respect them.
& # 39; Don't allow the actions of others to diminish your good manners, because you represent yourself, not others. & # 39;
He subtitled the post with three hearts with his response praised as & # 39; brilliant & # 39; by Piers.
The former footballer has had several stints in the drug and alcohol addiction cure – the last of which he has been suffering for more than 20 years.
In 2011, sports legend revealed that he threw down nine brandies before a game and snorted cocaine.
Others called the tweet & # 39; bullying and unacceptable & # 39; from Snoop Dogg
Earlier this week, Gascoigne caused controversy when he led a choir of angry Benidorm vacationers in the belts of & # 39; f *** the pope and the IRA & # 39; during his £ 18-a-ticket singalong bash.
Fans flocked to see the star perform at the Ibrox Bar in the Spanish resort on the Costa Blanca on Saturday, where he was filmed and participated in the filthy song.
Gascoigne, who played for the historically Protestant club Rangers, sang an adaptation of Tina Turners Simply The Best, who met the leader of the Catholic Church and the predominantly Catholic Irish nationalists.
Worthy: Gazza took Thursday to Twitter in response to the cruel photo and shared an inspiring quote about the importance of mutual respect and good manners
A video published by the bar on their social media shows the retired footballer, dressed in a bright blue shirt, making his way through a crowd of cheerful and shirtless fans.
At the beginning of June 2019, the PFA and the Sporting Chance Clinic joined Gascoigne after images appeared showing that the former English star was apparently drunk and a man asked for cocaine.
Gascoigne was captured on camera and apparently offered money for the class A drug.
The star later tried to alleviate fears, later tweet that he & # 39; good and safe & # 39; used to be.
In addition to a photo on which he kissed England's shirt in his pumpkins, Gascoigne wrote: & I love you all from the bottom of my heart. & # 39;
Return: The star returned to the field at Tottenham Hotspur in March for the Legends v Inter Forever competition earlier this year.
The most recent photos of the former English midfielder were taken this week and show him relaxed in Spain, while enjoying a jet ski ride and a round of golf
Heyday: Gazza is known as one of the greatest soccer players the country has ever produced (photo 1991)
Snoop has long been an advocate of smoking marijuana, which is legal in the state of California, and once boasted on lighting in the White House.
Gascoigne played for Lazio and won 57 English caps during a turbulent career, but went back to rehabilitation after he ended up in hospital after a two-day binge.
He started his football career at his youth club Newcastle when he joined the youth group at the age of 13. He went to the first team in 1985.
He scored 21 goals in 92 appearances for the Magpies, then joined Tottenham in 1988 for a then British allowance of £ 2.2 million and played 92 times for the club.
Snoop has released 16 studio albums since he was discovered by Dr. Dre in 1992 and has sold more than 23 million records in the United States and 35 million worldwide.
He has also appeared in numerous films and TV episodes, including Baby Boy, Scary Movie 5 and Starsky & Hutch.
What are the risks of cannabis use?
Cannabis is the most commonly used illegal drug in the UK.
Short-term use can cause people to get confused, anxious or paranoid, and some experience panic attacks and hallucinations.
The NHS states that regular users can feel motivated and uninterested in things that happen in your life. Long-term use can affect your ability to learn and to concentrate.
Research shows that 10 percent of regular cannabis users become dependent on it.
By smoking cannabis with tobacco, users are likely to become addicted to nicotine and risk tobacco-related diseases such as cancer and coronary heart disease.
Regular cannabis use increases the risk of developing a psychotic illness, such as schizophrenia.
People who regularly smoke cannabis are more likely to have bronchitis (with which the lining of your lungs becomes irritated and inflamed).
Like tobacco smoke, cannabis smoke contains carcinogenic chemicals, but it is not clear whether this increases the risk of cancer.
Cannabis can influence fetility and also increases the risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke.
What are the risks of alcohol abuse?
Alcohol abuse is when you drink in a way that is harmful or when you depend on alcohol.
To keep the health risks of alcohol to a low level, both men and women are advised not to drink more than 14 units per week on a regular basis.
The short-term risks of alcohol abuse include: accidents and injuries that require hospital treatment, such as a head injury; violent behavior and being the victim of violence; unprotected sex that could potentially lead to unplanned pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases (STDs); loss of personal property, alcohol poisoning – this can lead to vomiting, seizures (seizures) and unconsciousness.
People who drink heavily in a short time are more likely to act recklessly and run a greater risk of an accident.
Persistent alcohol abuse increases the risk of serious health problems, including: heart disease; stroke; liver disease; liver cancer; colon cancer; oral cancer; breast cancer pancreatitis.
A dependent drinker usually experiences physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms when they suddenly stop or stop drinking, including: shaking hands – & # 39; the shakes & # 39; sweating, seeing things that are not real (visual hallucinations), depression and anxiety.
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