Snoop Dogg Talks Tupac’s Legacy, Weed Habit and More on ‘Kocktails With Khloe’
Khloe Kardashian's Kocktails With Khloe late night TV talk show made its series premiere on FYI last night (Jan. 20) and Snoop Dogg joined the party to talk about his career and life. Taking place in a living room instead of a normal talk set, Kardashian has elements of her reality television life mixed into the program as she also welcomed Aisha Taylor (co-host of The Talk), Brand Glanville (The Real Housives of Beverly Hills) and Kim Whitely (Raising Whitley and Young & Hungry) to the program. The full episode can be watched via FYI's website, but Snoop's segment can be seen below.
While sitting on the couch, Snoop Dogg gave details on his next venture, MaryJane.com. "I've been working on this new thing called MayJane.com which is the encyclopedia to marijuana and cannabis," said the long-time weed smoker.
The Doggfather also fielded questions that he admitted that he still gets high everyday but he takes a break once a year. "I stopped about 11 years ago for 180 days when I started my youth football league," he said. "I showed up high to practice one day and one of the kids said, 'Coach, you smell like my momma's boyfriend!' So I had to check myself and I stopped smoking for 180 days."
Over dinner, Snoop also spoke about his relationship with 2Pac and The Notorious B.I.G. "My relationship with 'Pac was like a brother relationship," he said. "We were the same age so it was a relationship where we look at each other and admire each other."
He also gave props to Keith Stanfield, the actor who played him in Straight Outta Compton. "I liked his voice and I liked his demeanor. It's hard to look like me, but there was a demeanor I had back then."
Finally, Snoop and the girls re-enacted the social media beef between Nicki Minaj and reality TV actress Farrah Abraham:
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