Willie Nelson has gone into detail about his escapades with Snoop Dogg - specifically that the pair went around all the bars and cafes in Amsterdam getting high.
The 87-year-old music legend is known for his love of weed and recently reminisced on a trip he took with the 49-year-old rapper.
Speaking to the Daily Beast about a story Snoop Dogg told Jimmy Kimmel saying Nelson is the only person to ever out-smoke him, he said: "That was over in Amsterdam! I called Snoop and I said, 'Hey buddy, you gotta come over here. This is where it's at!'
"So he came over and we hit every bar, every smoke place in Amsterdam. We had a helluva time."
He went on to add that the pair decided to hit up KFC after getting the munchies.
The two have had a firm friendship for years now which has only been strengthened by their love of marijuana.
Snoop originally spoke to Kimmel a few years ago about who he would put on the 'Mount Rushmore of pot smokers', and suggested giving a spot to Bob Marley before adding: "Willie P Nelson is definitely on there.
"And by the way, Willie Nelson is the only person who's ever out smoked Snoop Dogg.
"I had to hit the time out button. Time out."
When Kimmel asked whether he'd ever hit that button before, he replied: "Never, never."
In November last year, we caught up with Snoop as he revealed that he would do on his first day as President of the United States - passing legalisation of the green variety... shock.
Speaking to LADbible, he said: "Do you really need to ask me that? Puff Pass Pass. Let's make this weed thing nation-wide."
He added: "I'm all for that, the legalisation of weed."
If you didn't already know, Snoop Dogg had a professional blunt roller, who he pays $50,000 (£37,742) a year for.
Asked whether his 'PBR' had been busier than ever during lockdown, Snoop said: "Man. One thing about me is that I'm consistent with the greens. His job is steady, he got nothing to worry about."
Providing a rundown of his typical lockdown routine, he said: "Get up early. Hit the gym. Drink lots of liquids. Smoke something. Hit the studio. Play some Madden. Spend time with the family. Work on some new content ideas. Keep it simple."
Sounds pretty nice, to be fair.Featured Image Credit: PA