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Snoop Dogg quits smoking: A prank or a change of heart?

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By Arizona New Times

Snoop Dogg, the legendary rapper and cannabis enthusiast, has shocked the world by announcing that he is giving up smoking. He posted a black and white image of himself on social media, with the caption: “After much consideration & conversation with my family, I’ve decided to give up smoke. Please respect my privacy at this time. Snoop Dogg.”

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The image, which has gone viral, has sparked a lot of reactions and speculations from his fans and followers, who wonder if he is serious or joking. Snoop Dogg is known for his love of marijuana and has been a vocal advocate for the plant for many years. He once claimed that he smoked 81 blunts a day, but later walked back on that statement and said he was not a machine. He also launched his own cannabis brand, Snoop Dogg’s Cali Red, which offers premium strains of flower, pre-rolls, and vape cartridges.

Some of his fans expressed their support and respect for his decision, while others expressed their disbelief and disappointment. Some even accused him of betraying the cannabis community and selling out to the anti-marijuana lobby. Some of his fellow celebrities and friends also commented on his post, with mixed reactions. Ice Cube, his longtime collaborator and friend, wrote: “Say it ain’t so, Snoop. You’re breaking my heart, man.” Wiz Khalifa, another rapper and cannabis lover, wrote: “I respect your choice, Snoop. But you know I’m always here if you need a puff.” Martha Stewart, his co-host on the cooking show Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party, wrote: “I’m proud of you, Snoop. You’re always welcome to my kitchen, with or without smoke.”

Snoop Dogg has not given any further explanation for his decision, but he has been busy with his music and other ventures. He recently released a new album called Algorithm, which features collaborations with Pharrell Williams, Ice Cube, and Busta Rhymes. He also appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, where he talked about his legacy, his family, and his future plans.

So, is Snoop Dogg really quitting smoking, or is he pulling a prank on his fans and the media? He is known for his sense of humor and his love of jokes, and he has done similar things before. In 2016, he announced that he was changing his name to Snoop Lion, after embracing the Rastafarian culture and religion. He even released a reggae album called Reincarnated, where he sang about peace, love, and marijuana. However, he later reverted to his original name and style, and admitted that it was a temporary phase.

Some of his fans think that he is serious, and that he has made a genuine decision to give up smoking for his own reasons. They point out that he is now 50 years old and a grandfather, and that he may have health concerns or family pressures that influenced his decision. They also point out that he has not posted any images or videos of him smoking since his announcement, which suggests that he is sticking to his decision.

Whatever the case may be, Snoop Dogg’s decision to quit smoking has generated a lot of attention and controversy, and has raised questions about his motives, his identity, and his influence on the cannabis culture and industry. He is one of the most iconic and influential figures in hip hop and pop culture, and his relationship with marijuana has been a major part of his persona and legacy. How will his fans and peers react to his announcement? How will his decision affect his music and business endeavors? How will he cope with the withdrawal symptoms and cravings? These are some of the questions that we will try to answer in our next article. Stay tuned for more updates on this developing story.

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