Snoop, 51, discussed his bromance with Beckham, 47, after he turned out to support the rapper's I Wanna Thank Me tour as it hit London's O2 Arena on Tuesday.
Singing the praises of his "born winner" friend Snoop admitted they have shared a strong bond spanning over 30 years dating back to the early nineties.
Talking at the Berlin launch of his new collaboration with online crypto casino Roobet he told MailOnline: "We’ve been friends since the early nineties. We love the same things. We love to win. We love to work hard. We’re family men, and people love us.
"We’re naturally attracted to each other. We built the friendship years and years ago. He created a family, and I created a family."
Snoop then recalled the special bond the two men share over their family values and how it has played a part in their friendship over the years.
When Beckham relocated to the US after joining the Los Angeles Galaxy team back in 2007 he appeared on Snoop's reality show Father Hood as they tried to introduce the chart star's children to soccer.
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Snoop - who included David's sons Romeo, 20, and Cruz, 18, in his backstage reunion with David at the O2 - admitted that the episode serves as a reminder of how far they have come as friends and as families since the show aired.
He said: "When I had my show Father Hood on the E! Channel he came on and did some things with my kids about his football. His babies were real little babies then, but when he come to see me the other day he brings his babies with him and they are grown now. We’ve just grown as a friendship, as a brotherhood and as a family."
Snoop also revealed the belated birthday gift and industry advice he gave to aspiring musician Cruz during the meet-up.
He added: "I gave him some real good advice. Then I gave him a Death Row chain and told him to own it."