Snoop Dogg has become everyone's favourite sports commentator after a clip of him narrating the Tokyo Olympics went viral.
The rap legend sat down with Kevin Hart to commentate on the equestrian event and it was absolutely hilarious.
The two offered no technical knowledge whatsoever about the sport, however they did certainly give their brilliant perspective on what was happening.
The Doggfather has people in hysterics when he said: "This horse is off the chain!. I've got to get this motherf**ker in a video. Motherf**ker was off the chain. I need that."
Snoop Dogg also pointed out that the horse was 'crip-walking, cuz' before asking whether Hart had seen it.
The Hollywood actor replied: "Horse Crip-walking is officially in the Olympics."
Viewers on social media were loving it and are now calling for an American news network to sign these two to officially commentate on sport.
This isn't Snoop's first foray into sports commentating.
He delight fans with his perspective of the iconic Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr's boxing match late last year.
While the two veteran fighters slugged it out in the ring, the Doggfather sat by the side of the ring offering up some 'expert' analysis, pausing only to belt out a few of his classics between fights.
Some of that analysis included describing the two former world champions' fight thusly: "This s*** like two of my uncles fighting at the BBQ - 'Get your uncle outta there, get him out!'
"'Meet me in the back, I'm tired of this s***, come on!'
"Get up in there, Roy! S***, in and out!"
He was quickly labelled the MVP of the whole night and many are calling on him to do this sort of thing more often.
Since winning praise from celebrities and regular folk for his skills, Snoop has indicated he's open to further work as a sports commentator, sharing fans' posts calling on the big broadcasters to sign him.
He shared a tweet from writer and entrepreneur Patrick Bet-David that called for Snoop to be signed to a multi-year contract with the likes of ESPN, Fox Sports or TNT's coverage of the NBA for a casual $15 million over three years.
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