Snoop Dogg explains how he managed to smoke inside the White House
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Snoop Dogg has revealed how he managed to get away smoking weed at the White House without getting caught.
The 50-year-old rapper is as well known for his love of cannabis as he is for his music, and it seems that even being inside one of the most securely guarded buildings in the world wasn’t enough to stop him having a crafty toke.
Speaking to Heather B from SiriusXM back in 2016, Snoop shared details of the risky move.
When asked where the ‘one place’ he’d always wanted to smoke but never thought he’d get the chance to, Snoop quickly replied: “The White House.”
Pressed to give more details, he continued: “So we at the White House, you understand me, for a celebration or what not, for Herbie Hancock. So, we had a little dinner and I’m like, ‘where the bathroom at?’ they like,‘It’s over there’. So, I’m like, ‘Alright cool’.
“Slide over to the bathroom. I look around, check the surroundings, make sure there ain’t no CIA around. Light up some tissue, just to see if anything gonna happen, tissue works. Boom. Next thing I do is pull that thing out of my sock.”
Snoop then imitated smoking before admitting that he did hear somebody coming.
However, I think we can safely assume he didn’t get caught because I don’t remember reading any headlines about him being arrested for smoking weed at the White House.
Last month, actor Seth Rogen revealed that Snoop once auctioned off a blunt for a whopping $10,000 to raise cash for charity.
In an interview with Variety, Rogen and his wife Lauren Miller Rogen said Snoop used his well-known love of weed for a very good cause, raising money for Hilarity for Charity – the charity organisation Rogen and Miller Rogen founded.
Rogen told the publication: “Snoop Dogg once auctioned off a blunt on stage for Alzheimer’s.”
With his wife adding: “I think it went for $10,000.”
Rogen continued: “I think that encapsulates how we are approaching the space differently. If you’re lucky enough to be able to get Snoop Dogg to come perform at your show and auction off a blunt for Alzheimer’s care and research, then I think that speaks very well to an unexpected but effective kind of melding of matters and sensibilities.”
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