"When the 'Chuloputas' enters the room, baby, pull it out for the ground as if you burn." In the greatest 'hit' of him ('Drop it Like It's HOT', 2004), Snoop Dogg is defined as a proxo. A presentation that goes beyond the drafting of the 'PIMP' among African-American males: According to him, he has always wanted to exploit women, a goal that he finally fulfilled, although not for money.
"I managed to assemble an organization," the rapper told the magazine 'Rolling Stone'. "I had a bus that followed me with ten whores inside her. Customers could hire a whore, have sex with her. That was my daily program. From city in city, hotel room in hotel room.
But all that was left behind. Instead of the exploitation of neighbor, Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr. (Long Beach, 1971) has preferred to dedicate himself to enjoying life by leaning on two pillars: music and marijuana. Thus, this Wednesday he celebrates 50 years converted into one of the most popular rappers in the world and in a cannabis apostle, always with a sempiterno porro in his mouth.
And not only that: Marijuana has also become a business for the hip hop icon on the west coast. Through its companies Leafs by Snoop (Marijuana and Flores CBD), G Pen (Vaporizers) and Merry Jane (Website of Cannabica Information) is obtaining great benefits that have contributed to your fortune to reach 150 million dollars, according to 'Forbes'. As if that were not enough, it has also ventured in the alcohol business, thanks to the launch of a line of wines and another of Geneva.
That's why Snoop smiles, who has left behind his problematic past and has focused on his family: he has four children with his wife, SHANTE, with which he has been from 1997 and from which he separated in 2004, although they reconciled four years later ; Also, he is a proud grandfather of several grandchildren.
Broadus started in the music at the hand of producer Dr. Dre, who signed him among all the youth of the 'Gangsta-Rap' of the Angels at the beginning of the 90s for his album 'The Chronic'. From there he jumped to fame thanks to his album 'Doggystyle' (1993), epitome of 'G-Funk' thanks to her theme 'Gin and Juice'. During that time, Snoop shared runs with his friend Tupac Shakur, until he was killed in 1996.Updated Date: 20 October 2021, 01:09