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Snoop Dogg Files Trademark For Hot Dog Brand Called Snoop Doggs

Stewart Perrie


Snoop Dogg Files Trademark For Hot Dog Brand Called Snoop Doggs

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Snoop Dogg could soon be getting into the hot dog business.

Loads of celebrities around the world like to diversify their investments to ensure the money continues to roll in after their entertainment or sporting career fades.

Mike Tyson has set up a cannabis empire, Dwayne Johnson brought out a tequila brand and even Logan Paul is getting in on the action by bringing out a sports drink with fellow YouTuber KSI.

There are so many possibilities for A-listers to stamp their name on a new brand and it looks like The Doggfather has found his niche.

Billboard reports the rapper has filed a trademark application for Snoop Doggs and he plans to sell hot dogs and 'other kinds of sausages'.

The news outlet notes that the move is an 'intent-to-use application', which means Snoop hasn't launched the brand just yet, however he could be getting ready to.

It's a funny investment move from Snoop considering six years ago he appeared on Jimmy Kimmel's TV show and saw how hot dogs get made.

Clearly disturbed about how the delicious food goes from paddock to plate, he remarked: "This is a hot dog!? Oh cuz, I ain't never eating a m*****f*****g hot dog! If that's how they make hot dogs, I don't want one. I'm good."

He clearly wasn't a fan of the process, however just because he might not personally enjoy hot dogs, it doesn't mean he can't cash in on a brilliant business name.

Of course, it's worth noting that Snoop Doggs could end up in the trash can if they can't make a viable business out of it.

Back in 2011, the rapper filed a trademark for Snoop Scoops, which was an ice cream venture that never came to fruition.

That's a damn shame because that sounds like one hell of a fun way to eat ice cream.

It appears that Snoop merely wants to ensure that he has the rights to the name Snoop Doggs if he ends up going ahead with the brilliant investment.

The Doggfather already has some pretty successful side hustles.

He launched Leafs By Snoop back in 2015, which is a cannabis company that offers eight types of weed.

Snoop has also capitalised on his legendary song 'Gin and Juice' by releasing a liquor line called Indoggo Gin.

In addition to all that, he's also brought out a line of cookbooks that feature his favourite foods.

Topics: Snoop Dogg, Entertainment, Celebrity

Stewart Perrie
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