The 40-year-old rapper, who uses his Nemo pseudonym in the clip, calls the 31-year-old 'cold blooded' and uses a series of misogynist terms to describe her.
In the video, which is running on the Hollywood Reporter, he claims to be giving 'advice' to her ex husband Kris Humphries, telling him he’s just one of many men who have be burnt by the reality TV star.
Crude: Snoop Dogg shared his thoughts on Kim Kardashian following the demise of her marriage to Kris Humphries
Attack: The rapper called the reality TV star, seen here yesterday, 'cold-blooded'
He claims Kris made the mistake by marrying Kim in the first place.
'You shouldn't have tried to wife the b****,' he says while smoking what appears to be a blunt, which is a cigar hollowed out and filled with marijuana.
'She’s cold-blooded, I’m pretty sure she’ll have a book in a month talking about all the n****s that she got and how she played them,'
He continues: 'So, my advice is you can’t make a ho a housewife. Don’t try to reinvent the wheel.'
He makes several other crude references to the star.
It is unclear why Snoop Dogg decided to record the video and a spokesperson for Kim had no comment.
But Kim may be too busy celebrating to let it get her down - she has just won a recurring role on a TV show.
She will appear in the fourth season of drama-comedy Drop Dead Diva - which stars Brooke D'Orsay as a lawyer who has inhabited the soul of a dead supermodel - and will begin production next month.
She is in line play Nikki, who is a love interest for Ben Feldman's alter-ego Fred, and her character is set to go into business with Stacy, who is played by former Two and a Half Men beauty April Bowlby.
Fired up: The 40-year-old used a series of misogynistic terms to refer to the reality TV star
Kim wrote on her blog: 'I am so excited to announce that I'll be guest starring on 'Drop Dead Diva' this summer. I can't wait to get to work with everyone on set!'
He explained: 'I'm ecstatic to welcome Kim to the Diva family.
'In discussing the role of Nikki with her, I'm blown away by her smarts, sense of humour, and passion. This series is all about reinvention and I'm so excited to see Kim 'reinvented' in the world of 'Drop Dead Diva'.'
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians beauty previously starred in Beyond the Break and had a guest role in CSI: NY.