Oh hell yeah. Nardwuar just dropped a new eight-minute interview with Snoop Dogg, a frequent guest on what is arguably the finest YouTube series known to man. For his ninth (!!!) interview with Snoop, Nardwuar linked up with the Doggfather in Austin, Texas during the South by Southwest hysteria to go deep on everything from dog shampoo to blunt history.
But first, some thoughts on Snoop's noted BFF and Potluck Dinner Party co-host Martha Stewart. Asked by Nardwuar about her G status, Snoop clarified that Stewart has actually earned an even higher distinction. "A double G," Snoop said. "She's a grandmother and a good lady. Yeah, she loves the seasoning, the spices, and she loves a lot of meat, meat byproducts."
Snoop also revealed the first person with whom he ever shared a blunt. "Bushwick Bill was the first person to smoke a blunt with me," Snoop said. "We had never seen that before." Snoop and Nardwuar's ninth round also included thoughts on Big Boi's line of dog shampoo, O.J. Simpson, and Nardwuar's "70s game show" wardrobe.
Though not discussed in the Nardwuar interview, Snoop has been a mainstay in headlines this month thanks to his appearance in the video for BADBADNOTGOOD's "Lavender" remix. Following a dumbass tweet from Trump in response to the video, T.I. jumped to Snoop's defense with a spot-on Instagram message. Trump, T.I. said, is a "fucking tangerine tanned muskrat scrotum skin, lacefront possum fur wig wearing, alternative fact, atomic dog diarrhea face ass man [sic]."
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