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Snoop Lion- “Ask me anything”
Snoop Lion- “Ask me anything”

SNOOP LION took part in an amusing “Ask Me Anything” segment on Reddit recently.  Here are a few of the highlights:

When you were first getting started, what was the moment that made you realize you were famous?  Snoop:  “When they were screamin’ my name in Japan and wearin’ that West Coast G [crap]!

What’s your favorite cartoon?  Snoop:  “Keep ‘Futurama’ comin’!”

 

What’s your favorite animal?  Snoop:  “Dogs.  Lions.  Walruses.”  (Does this mean we might see him change his name to Snoop Walrus someday?)

 

What character in the “Star Wars” Universe would you smoke with and why?  Snoop:  “Darth Vader.  He need help wit his breathin’!!  Darth Vaporizer.  You hear me?”

If you had to estimate the amount you’ve smoked over your lifetime, how much would you guess?  Snoop:  “How big is Mt. Rushmore?  That much.”

Who’s the only person that has ever smoked you out?  Snoop:  My uncle Willie Nelson.

 

What is the meaning of life?  Snoop:  “That you gotta share your gifts wit tha world.”

 

Who’s your favorite painter of the impressionist movement?  Snoop:  “[CLAUDE] MONET.  Come on pimp.”

(For more, hit up Reddit.com.)

 

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