Snoop Dogg says he’s giving up the smoke for good … an activity that’s been synonymous with his career since day one — but, frankly, it’s hard to tell if this is legit or not.
The Doggfather shocked his IG followers on Thursday with the PSA … “After much consideration & conversation with my family, I’ve decided to give up smoke. Please respect my privacy at this time.” On its face, it’s a serious announcement … it ain’t 4/1 today.
Fans struggled to wrap their hands around the announcement in the comments — Snoop without the chronic is like the ying without the yang … and many figured he was just switching to edibles to keep his lungs clear.
Snoop’s quit smoking before — circa the release of his 2002 “Paid tha Cost to Be da Bo$$” — but the sabbatical was short-lived as he entered his Snoop Lion era a few years later. He explained this in a sit-down around that time … saying he simply couldn’t quit the ganja.
Ironically his ‘Mac & Devin’ pal Wiz Khalifa recently announced the complete opposite — increasing his smoke intake in favor of ditching alcohol altogether.
It may be an uphill battle — Snoop just recently flicked a pic of his heavily stuffed ashtray less than a week ago … but maybe he was just preparing for the detox.
If he is, in fact, throwing in the towel on toking up … it’s been a helluva journey. Burn one for the big Dogg — and then maybe follow his lead???
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