Snoop Dogg responds to claim that he smokes up to 150 blunts a day

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By Phoebe Egoroff

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Snoop Dogg has settled his great weed mystery once and for all - responding to the claim that he smokes up to 150 blunts a day.

The 51-year-old 'Gin and Juice' rapper gave a profanity-riddled response to his 77 million Instagram followers earlier this week, after Renegade Piranha - Snoop's apparent personal blunt roller - claimed she rolled about half a pound of blunts for him every day. After doing the necessary math, she believed that worked out to be an estimated 75 to 150 joints a day.

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Renegade Piranha - Snoop's apparent personal blunt roller - claimed she rolled about half a pound of blunts for him every day. Credit: Image Press Agency / Alamy

Piranha was interviewed by Australia's Kyle and Jackie O radio show, where she told the hosts of the number of joints she's rolled for him: "I calculate it at over 145,000." It doesn't seem possible to smoke 150 joints a day but, if it was, surely Snoop Doggy Dog would be the one person on Earth with the ability to conquer it, right?

Anyway, Snoop - whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr. - evidently didn't like this claim, stating in his response: "B***h said I smoke… b***h, this is all in a day's work. Stop lying."

"F**k I'ma smoke all that weed in one day. What am I, a f**kin' machine? B***h, this is the roaches. See… roaches," he continued in the video, which featured a clip of nine roaches (ends of a blunt).

Check out Snoop's rather passionate response below:

This comes not long after he posted a screenshot of an image that read: "Snoop Dogg smokes roughly 75 to 150 joints a day. Snoop's official 'roller' says she's twisted 450,000 blunts since she started working for him in 2016."

Snoop uploaded the image with the caption: "The b***h is conning [you] man."

Though, that number might not be quite so ridiculous considering Snoop replied to a tweet in 2013 asking him how many blunts he smokes in one hour, writing: "81 in a day - do tha math !"

In 2016, the 'Drop It Like Its Hot' hitmaker told Esquire that he was impressed with how far the weed industry has come, saying it would have been helpful if it was legalized before he was arrested for possession of it in 1998, per The Los Angeles Times.

"I wish it had changed 15 years ago when they was taking me to jail for it. That's neither here, nor there. It's amazing that people I am able to smoke with now [are the ones] that would have told on me or sent me to jail. Now we have nice conversations over a joint or a blunt," he said.

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Snoop (pictured in 1994) told Esquire in 2016 that he wished weed had been legalized before he was arrested for possession of it in 1998. Credit: Barry King / Alamy

"I feel like marijuana is a real peace conversation - what I mean by that is the form of peace in a conversation. Any time you have a couple of people smoking, they're never hostile or angry. The area that we're in now, I'm thankful that they're trying to make it legalized because, with alcohol and tobacco, you see all the tragedies that have happened with that," he added.

Well, there you go, there was some information about Snoop we never knew we needed!

Featured image credit: Image Press Agency / Alamy

Snoop Dogg responds to claim that he smokes up to 150 blunts a day

vt-author-image

By Phoebe Egoroff

Article saved!Article saved!

Snoop Dogg has settled his great weed mystery once and for all - responding to the claim that he smokes up to 150 blunts a day.

The 51-year-old 'Gin and Juice' rapper gave a profanity-riddled response to his 77 million Instagram followers earlier this week, after Renegade Piranha - Snoop's apparent personal blunt roller - claimed she rolled about half a pound of blunts for him every day. After doing the necessary math, she believed that worked out to be an estimated 75 to 150 joints a day.

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Renegade Piranha - Snoop's apparent personal blunt roller - claimed she rolled about half a pound of blunts for him every day. Credit: Image Press Agency / Alamy

Piranha was interviewed by Australia's Kyle and Jackie O radio show, where she told the hosts of the number of joints she's rolled for him: "I calculate it at over 145,000." It doesn't seem possible to smoke 150 joints a day but, if it was, surely Snoop Doggy Dog would be the one person on Earth with the ability to conquer it, right?

Anyway, Snoop - whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr. - evidently didn't like this claim, stating in his response: "B***h said I smoke… b***h, this is all in a day's work. Stop lying."

"F**k I'ma smoke all that weed in one day. What am I, a f**kin' machine? B***h, this is the roaches. See… roaches," he continued in the video, which featured a clip of nine roaches (ends of a blunt).

Check out Snoop's rather passionate response below:

This comes not long after he posted a screenshot of an image that read: "Snoop Dogg smokes roughly 75 to 150 joints a day. Snoop's official 'roller' says she's twisted 450,000 blunts since she started working for him in 2016."

Snoop uploaded the image with the caption: "The b***h is conning [you] man."

Though, that number might not be quite so ridiculous considering Snoop replied to a tweet in 2013 asking him how many blunts he smokes in one hour, writing: "81 in a day - do tha math !"

In 2016, the 'Drop It Like Its Hot' hitmaker told Esquire that he was impressed with how far the weed industry has come, saying it would have been helpful if it was legalized before he was arrested for possession of it in 1998, per The Los Angeles Times.

"I wish it had changed 15 years ago when they was taking me to jail for it. That's neither here, nor there. It's amazing that people I am able to smoke with now [are the ones] that would have told on me or sent me to jail. Now we have nice conversations over a joint or a blunt," he said.

wp-image-1263177567 size-full
Snoop (pictured in 1994) told Esquire in 2016 that he wished weed had been legalized before he was arrested for possession of it in 1998. Credit: Barry King / Alamy

"I feel like marijuana is a real peace conversation - what I mean by that is the form of peace in a conversation. Any time you have a couple of people smoking, they're never hostile or angry. The area that we're in now, I'm thankful that they're trying to make it legalized because, with alcohol and tobacco, you see all the tragedies that have happened with that," he added.

Well, there you go, there was some information about Snoop we never knew we needed!

Featured image credit: Image Press Agency / Alamy