A wise decision for the star who had hired a “professional joint roller” in the past. Rapper Snoop Dogg, known for his heavy consumption of cannabis, announced Thursday on his social networks that he was “stopping smoking.”
“I decided to quit smoking after long discussions with my family. Please respect my choices and my privacy at this time,” he posted on his Instagram and X (ex-Twitter) accounts. However, the artist did not give the reasons behind this decision. And if some fans were worried about the state of health of the 52-year-old American and congratulated him for this wise decision, others struggle to believe it and remain convinced that it is only a joke. “Was his account hacked?”, reacted an Instagram user. “I refuse to believe it. This is probably a marketing campaign in which he will launch his own brand of e-cigarettes or other products,” another user continued on X.
Real name Calvin Broadus, Snoop Dogg was revealed during his appearances on his musician friend Dr. Dre's album The Chronic (1992). The artist's career then took off with his solo album Doggystyle and his title Who am I, both released in 1993. The rapper, who has sold millions of albums worldwide, subsequently established himself among the legends of hip-hop with global hits like The Next Episode, Drop It Like It's Hot and Gin