Snoop Dogg defends Brooklyn Beckham's controversial cooking videos

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  • Snoop Dogg sat down with Insider and defended Brooklyn Beckham's cooking videos.

  • Brooklyn has been criticized on Instagram for his cooking choices, like making pasta with a wine cork.

  • Snoop Dogg has been friends with Brooklyn's dad, David Beckham, for 30 years.

Whether he's whipping up pasta with a wine cork in the pot or using an entire bottle of avocado oil to fry chicken, Brooklyn Beckham is no stranger to cooking criticism.

But the aspiring chef has one very famous friend in his corner — Snoop Dogg.

Insider recently sat down with Snoop Dogg to discuss his new collaboration and sweepstakes with Grubhub. And as the rapper shared more about his friendship with David Beckham, he was quick to defend the soccer legend's eldest son.

"If you doin' what you supposed to be doin', they supposed to hate, that comes with the territory," Snoop Dogg told Insider. "He's got great DNA, he's got his mama and his daddy, so he'll be just fine — and he's got an uncle like me to give him direction. I've been a part of his life since he was a baby."

Brooklyn Beckham frying chicken with avocado oil
Brooklyn Beckham is frequently criticized for his cooking videos.Brooklyn Beckham/Instagram

Snoop Dogg called Brooklyn a "great kid" and praised him for forging a different path from his very famous parents.

"I love when kids spin off from their parents and do things that feel good to them," Snoop Dogg said. "He doesn't want to play soccer, he doesn't want to be a singer, he wants to do his chef thing."

"That's what you love to see is when a kid becomes their own man or their own woman and can do their own thing and represent what they feel and the spirit of them," he added. "That's what I love about my kids. They all tried to do me at a certain point and now they've all figured out how to do them."

Snoop Dogg and David Beckham have been friends for 30 years, which the rapper attributed to a natural attraction to one another.

"We've been friends since the early '90s," the rapper told MailOnline in March. "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," he added. "We built the friendship years and years ago. We've just grown as a friendship, as a brotherhood, and as a family."

Snoop Dogg and David Beckham
David Beckham and Snoop Dogg together in 2005.Brian Aris/Live 8 via Getty Images

David is the father of four kids: Brooklyn, 24, Romeo, 21, Cruz, 18, and 12-year-old daughter Harper. Snoop Dogg also has four children: Corde, 29, Cordell, 26, Julian, 25, and 24-year-old daughter Cori.

David appeared in an episode of Snoop Dogg's 2007 show "Father Hood" and the rapper introduced him to Roscoe's, the legendary chicken and waffle restaurant in Los Angeles.

"He still raving about that shit," Snoop Dogg told Insider. "He still loves Roscoe's to this day."

When he's not hanging out with David, Snoop also has plenty of time for his BFF Martha Stewart, who recently made history as the oldest woman to grace the cover of Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue.

"She was thirst trapping!" Snoop Dogg told Insider of Stewart's cover-girl moment. "I said, 'Martha, you playing games right now — you thirst trappin'. You go girl."

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