Snoop Dogg's Aunt, Daz Dillinger's Mother Launches a Campaign to Save the Hip Hop Generation

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Hip Hop Blue-Blood Mother of Daz Dillinger, Aunt of Snoop Dogg Dr. Varnado makes a campaign to help reform the Hip Hop community. The question that Dr. Varnado asks every time, "Before Kanye was it popular to rap about Jesus? After Kanye West will someone else dare to do it?"

I listen to these lyrics and it's basically stemming from self-hatred. We have to stop this self hatred and it comes from us as Black people not believing we are beautiful.

Super Producer Daz Dillinger's mother Dr. Varnado makes a pledge to help the Hip Hop community. Dr Varnado is committed to helping those artists who have "broken spirits" to receive the peace of mind of having faith in a higher being. Dr. Varnado explains, "My generation has to get out of the church and into the community. We can't turn our noses up at this generation we have to help them, we should be committed to helping them." Dr. Varnado continues, "I know that it is a struggle but I am committed to help those who are in need who have been molested, who have been abused, who have been peer pressured into a gang and so forth."

Dr. Varnado is committed to helping raise the esteem of the Hip Hop generation especially. Dr Varnado explains, "I listen to these lyrics and it's basically stemming from self-hatred. We have to stop this self hatred and it comes from us as Black people not believing we are beautiful." Dr. Varnado reveals, "So I started a 'Because I don't look like you doesn't mean I am ugly campaign". Stacey Reynold explains, " I totally believe in what Dr. Varnado is doing because our children watch videos in the hip hop industry and half of those people have tons of make up on or are airbrushed and it is simply not realistic and then they go to school and their peers judge each other based on that unrealistic standard." Reynolds continues, "There are plenty of people who have murdered, stolen, abused another simply because they believed the damaging words that their parents or peers have told them. At that point ones self esteem is totally shot. You can't expect a clear picture out of damaged lenses".

The question that Dr. Varnado asks every time, "Before Kanye was it popular to rap about Jesus? After Kanye West will someone else dare to do it?"

Dr Varnado is a powerful speaker and spiritual guide for the youth. Dr. Varnado's fiery testimony and wonderful singing can also be found on Gods Army Reserves. Join her as she helps fill the void in so many lives who were challenged by adversity: child molestation, rape, terminal illnesses, abuse, emotional turmoil, low self esteem. Her teachings her words are so commanding so powerful that you walk away feeling refreshed and more connected to the Creator. She helps you align to that power that you have within you. She could be considered a Hip Hop blue blood. Her son is the multi-platinum artist producer Daz Dillinger and her nephew is rap star Snoop Dogg. She is also no stranger to the music world, as she has worked for phenomenal stars such as Bobby Blue Bland. Dr. Allean Varnando is an evangelist, singer, author, songwriter, Bible instructor and a true instrument for delivering the power words that God so often tries to tells us but we choose to ignore.

While often times ministries can be She has such a hip spirit to connect and relate to young people all over the world. She has the quick wit of any comedian and the ability to go beneath the surface of any circumstance to heal you with the power of God. Her quick wit, creativity and humor keeps the youth laughing as she ministers and reveals new methods and ways to find the right connection with the Creator. She makes it clear that God is not some far away thing but a reality that all of us have access to. Her many years of experience in the Juvenile Court System in California and Psyche Counselor in Oklahoma with youth has given her the insight on various issues that plague teenagers that adults often time forget after they reach a certain age. Dr. Varnado has appeared in Sister to Sister, Philadelphia Newspaper, Trinity Broadcasting Network, and countless other television and media outlets to share a step by step program to adhere to having a better sense of self. Is the past robbing you from the ability to receive goodness in your present? Are you unknowingly being peer pressured? Do you want to remove yourself from negative elements and people but need just an encouraging word and testimony to help? Dr. Varnado has the answer.

The question that Dr. Varnado asks every time, "Before Kanye was it popular to rap about Jesus? After Kanye West will someone else dare to do it?"

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