Snoop Dogg, the iconic rapper and entrepreneur, has disclosed that he doesn’t consume the alcohol brands he endorses.
This revelation came during a conversation with actress Tiffany Haddish on his SnoopDoggTV YouTube channel.
In the interview, Snoop Dogg discussed his endorsement deals with liquor companies, stating, “What’s so cold is — they know it, and I can say it publicly — I don’t drink none of that shit.” He emphasized that these companies understand his stance, clarifying, “And they know what it is. It’s like, n-gga, you don’t pay me to drink it, you pay me to promote it. So I’m not here to get drunk. I’m here to get money.”
He reiterated this point in a YouTube comment on the video, writing, “I’m not here to get drunk, I’m here to get money 🤑📈👀💸.”
The interview with Tiffany Haddish was released in two parts, with the second segment covering various topics.
Haddish discussed her plans for a line of athletic wear, her role in the upcoming Netflix film “Mystery Girl,” and how she has become “more aggressive” in romantic relationships since turning 40.
Additionally, Snoop Dogg engaged Haddish in a discussion about her favorite albums and movies. Haddish revealed that her desert island discs would all be by Stevie Wonder, expressing her enduring admiration for his music.
When asked about a film she would remake and star in if given the chance, Haddish didn’t hesitate to choose Barbra Streisand’s 1968 musical “Funny Girl,” based on the life of early 20th-century comedian and actress Fanny Brice. Haddish even envisioned Streisand directing her hypothetical reboot.
Despite his various endeavors, including interviewing celebrities, Snoop Dogg continues to make music. Most recently, a collaboration with Dr. Dre and Ye, titled “This Is the Glory,” became public as part of a leak from Ye’s “Jesus Is King 2” album.