Snoop Dogg has successfully partnered with multiple liquor brands simultaneously, but surprisingly, he doesn’t enjoy them for himself.
During a recent interview with Tiffany Haddish on his SnoopDoggTV YouTube channel, the Long Beach native revealed that he doesn’t drink the alcohol he endorses. “What’s so cold is — they know it, and I can say it publicly — I don’t drink none of that s**t,” he said of the liquor companies. “And they know what it is. It’s like, n**ga, you don’t pay me to drink it, you pay me to promote it. So, I’m not here to get drunk. I’m here to get money.”
Snoop then doubled-down on his statement in a comment under the video, writing, “I’m not here to get drunk, I’m here to get money.” Check out the full interview below.
Clearly the “Drop It Like It’s Hot” hitmaker is just a stoner. As previously reported by REVOLT, Snoop revealed the unbelievable amount of blunts he smokes in a day. “Let me show y’all what I been doing today,” Snoop said in an Instagram video before he showed off a line of 11 clips in total from inside of his hotel room in Rotterdam, Netherlands. “All in a day’s work. Oh wow, that’s some good work, dog. What kinda pack was it? Death Row. Let a brother know.”
Back in December of 2022, Death Row Records announced it entered the marijuana industry under the ownership of Snoop. AK, the man behind the IYKYK brand SMKRS and the VP of Cultivation for TRP Co., which owns and operates the majority of Cookies retail locations in the United States, was responsible for curating the lineup for Death Row Cannabis. He was hand-picked by the rapper himself.
“Our mindset whenever we are choosing strains is simple: Bring the best cannabis at the best value to the customer,” head of product for Death Row Cannabis Travis “Shaggy” Marshall said in a statement to Forbes. “We know from experience that great cannabis can also be affordable.”
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