It's a strange sentence, but it must have been an even more strange thing to experience in real life.
In the making of that film, Rogen asked Snoop to provide a song for the soundtrack. Being the amenable sort of guy that he is, Snoop agreed.
Then, Rogen upped the stakes and asked if Tha Doggfather would write an extra verse for the song, which was obviously something that he hadn't compensated for.
Or had he?
Rogen explained: "He put his head down and thought for a long moment. Then he looked over to one of his guys, narrowed his gaze and said, 'Bring in the hoes'."
At that stage, Rogen claims that six women appeared seemingly from nowhere 'very much dressed like strippers' and started dancing about around Snoop whilst he got his head down for 20 minutes to write the verse that was required on his phone.
It's a very strange one, and Rogen went on to point out that it also poses a whole heap more questions than it answers.
Firstly, where did the women come from? No-one had seen them before, so where had they been hiding before coming into the room?
Moreover, are they always on hand just in case Snoop needs to pen a verse on the fly?
If the story is correct, Snoop didn't think he'd be writing a verse that day, so were the women just hanging about?
Who knows, but it makes for a funny tale.
Rogen continued: "It is zero percent embellished.
"They just came in! I don't know where they came from. I don't know where they were. They just came in, they did their thing and then they got out."
Is this the only circumstances under which Snoop can write? That again poses some significant logistical challenges.
As Rogen added: "I know. So much planning would have to go into even the least bit of creative output!
"You'd need call sheets, you'd need transportation figured out, you'd need lunches for people... you'd need refreshments and, during Covid, the testing every day!"
Well, Snoop has had a long and successful career, so who are we to argue with his process?
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