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Asked what he would do if it were him, rather than Joe Biden, who was set to be inaugurated on 20 January, Snoop made it clear he'd be passing legislation of the green variety.
He added: "I'm all for that, the legalization of weed."
The Doggy Dogg voted for the first time in the recent presidential election because he 'can't stand' Donald Trump.
In an interview on Big Boy's Neighbourhood in the summer, he said: "I ain't never voted a day in my life, but this year I think I'm going to get out and vote because I can't stand to see this punk in office one more year."
If Snoop were to make an unexpected move to The White House (2024?), one man who would most certainly be making the move with him would be his professional blunt roller, who Snoop pays $50,000 (£37,742) a year.
Asked whether his 'PBR' had been busier than ever during lockdown, Snoop told LADbible: "Man. One thing about me is that I'm consistent with the greens.
"His job is steady, he got nothing to worry about."
Indeed, Snoop has made sure to get his daily greens throughout the pandemic.
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.
One such liquid source in the Snoop household is his SodaStream. He's teamed up with the purveyors of sparkling water-making machines to endorse the crafty kitchen gadgets as a means of reducing single-use plastic waste.
Explaining why he collaborated with the company, he said: "We only get one, beautiful planet and it's important we try to take care of it. We can't keep using one disposable thing after another.
"SodaStream is an easy way to make better choices, I carbonate my own drinks at home using their machine and reusable bottle.
"Think of how many plastic bottles you can stop buying in a grocery store over the course of a year or two. It's crazy."
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