Snoop Dogg has revealed the one person who can smoke him under the table when it comes to puffing the herb.
He’s famous for his prolific musical career, his many – many – collaborations with other artists, and his love for the devil’s lettuce.
However, there have been some occasions when he’s just had to admit that he’s come off second best, and it was another musician that managed to get him to admit he’d had enough.
Willie Nelson is one of the most recognisable country stars on the planet, he’s a pioneer of the genre, as well as pioneering the long-hair and double plaits look well into his later years.
But, he’s also one of the most famous pot smokers out there as well.
It turns out that even Snoop couldn’t keep up with Willie when the pair smoked it up together.
This revelation came on a 2018 episode of Jimmy Kimmel’s talk show, when the Doggfather was asked who he would put on a ‘Mount Rushmore' of pot smokers.
Kimmel said: "Seth Rogen was here last week, and we were talking about Mount Rushmore of pot smokers, and of course, you are on,
"And I think that Seth is on Mt. Rushmore. Who would you put on that Mt. Rushmore?"
Naming his own top dogs, Snoop took time to think before saying: "I would put Bob Marley. “I would put Cheech and Chong - they were the first faces on the mountain, they're the ones who showed us what a mountain was."
Then, he moved onto the real chief.
"Willie P. Nelson is definitely on there," he added.
"And by the way, Willie Nelson is the only person who has ever out-smoked Snoop Dogg. I had to hit the 'time out' button."
Kimmel then asked whether he’d ever had to use that particular button before, with the rapper responding: “Never, never.”
Willie himself has since backed up this tale, giving an interview with the Daily Beast in which 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."
Pressed on what makes him so hardened to the sweet leaf, Willie said: "Oh, I don’t know. There’s probably people that can out-smoke me! I don’t do a lot of smoking anymore.
"I’ve switched over to a vaporizer because it’s better on my lungs."
At the age of 89, Nelson has evidently done more than his share over the years.