Snoop Dogg Decides to Stop Smoking: What He's Shared About Weed Before

Snoop Dogg's journey with weed and his decision to quit smoking. Explore his past statements and the reasons behind this surprising choice. An insightful look into the rapper's evolving relationship with cannabis.

Nov 17, 2023 - 10:32
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Snoop Dogg Decides to Stop Smoking: What He's Shared About Weed Before
Snoop Dogg Decides to Stop Smoking: What He's Shared About Weed Before

Popular rapper Snoop Dogg, known for being closely linked with smoking weed, surprised his fans by sharing on Instagram, "I'm giving up smoke." The 52-year-old, who made weed a big part of his life, posted a picture with a message saying, "After thinking a lot and talking to my family, I've decided to give up smoke. Please respect my privacy now."

Snoop's Weed Story: A Trip Through the Years

First Time Trying Weed in the '70s:

Snoop remembers trying weed for the first time in the '70s with one of his uncles. He was just eight or nine years old and tried a partly smoked joint with Schlitz Malt Liquor Bull.

Supporting Legalization and a Unique Offer to the President:

Back in 2008, Snoop had an unusual idea to convince the President (POTUS) to support marijuana legalization—by smoking with them. He believed in legalizing medicinal marijuana, saying it wouldn't hurt and could help with issues like cataracts.

Revealing a Blunt Habit in 2013:

Known for his big personality, Snoop claimed to smoke a surprising number of "81 blunts a day" in a 2013 Twitter chat, showing his love for weed.

First Time Trying a Blunt with Tupac:

Snoop expanded his weed experiences when Tupac introduced him to blunts. In an interview in 2018, he shared, "I smoked my first blunt with Tupac. I’d never smoked a blunt before. I was smoking joints."

Professional Blunt Roller on the Team:

In 2019, Snoop told Howard that he had someone on his team whose job was to roll blunts. He even called it a "Professional Blunt Roller," making it a real job.

Weed's Role in Hip-Hop:

In 2020, Snoop called weed the "most important element in hip-hop." He believed weed replaced cocaine in the music industry, bringing awareness, peace, and unity among artists.

As Snoop Dogg decides to stop smoking, his journey with weed stays an important part of his story, making a lasting impact on the world of hip-hop.

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