Ravens players to Snoop Dogg: 'What side are you really on?'

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Many of the Baltimore Ravens players saw rapper Snoop Dogg's expletive-filled tirade on social media after they beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-17 on Sunday.

The Ravens are raising an eyebrow at the so-called Steelers superfan. Soon after the rant, pictures surfaced of him at the Ravens' facility in 2008 and wearing a Ravens hat. He even spoke to the team after one training camp practice and told players that he was a Ravens fan, according to one player.

"So, what side are you really on?" Ravens nose tackle Brandon Williams said. "You can't have two teams that you like that are rivals."

Snoop Dogg attended a training camp practice as a guest of linebacker Ray Lewis. In recent years, he has been known to vent his frustrations about the Steelers, and he didn't hide his emotions on Sunday.

"I hate playing the f------ Ravens," Snoop Dogg said in a video posted on Instagram. "Just lose the game and lay down so we can get in the playoffs. Always got something to prove."

Some Ravens players declined to comment about this because they didn't want to get on Snoop Dogg's bad side. But Williams reposted the rant on social media.

"I thought it was funny," Williams said. "I laughed at it, and I thought everyone else should, too."

What if Snoop Dogg decided to switch his allegiance again? Would the Ravens welcome him back?

"I don't know about that," receiver Kamar Aiken said. "You can't go from the Steelers and back to the Ravens."