Snoop Dogg Denies Police Bust At 4-20 Party
It looks even the strong arm of the law is unable to keep Snoop Dogg from enjoying that puff-puff pass.
In a recent interview 92.3 Now, the L.B.C. all-star said that police did not shut down his 4-20 smoke-out party as previously reported. He noted that while police did show up with the intention of shutting the event down, he explained to the police chief in charge that the event was sanctioned and legal in accordance with California's medical marijuana laws. Snoop even joked that he saved the officers some blunts for when they were off the clock.
"The Police tried to shut the party down," he said. "Then once I got there we had a conversation with the police and they allowed the party to continue, because it was a holiday; It was an international holiday - 4/20. My partner pulled [the police chief] to the side. He was a great, great chief and he was willing to understand. We just trying to party chief. We doing a millon other things, we just trying to smoke and have a good time. And the chief was like, 'Save me a couple of blizys and I'll let y'all have your party.'"
He added, “We all had our license and everybody was legit and the police went on by their way. We had a great time. It continued on until the break of dawn.”
[via 92.3 Now]