While rapper Snoop Dogg has recently begun investing in multiple tech startups, now the veteran artist is looking to get involved with something he truly knows—marijuana. Accordingly, it is being reported that Snoop is raising a fund for… The post Snoop Dogg is Raising a Fund for Investing in Weed Startups appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Sam Smith, Iggy Azalea, Gwen Stefani and Snoop Dogg were just a few of the acts that took to the stage in a week of posh parties all over town in the days leading up to Sunday’s Grammy Awards.
Someone was shot to death outside a pre-Grammy party Saturday night. It happened outside Supperclub in Hollywood, and the joint was filled with rappers, including DJ Paul and based on social media it looks like Snoop Dogg, Schoolboy Q and Wiz…
Calvin Broadus, Jr., better known as Snoop Dogg, is looking to raise $25 million to fund startups in the blooming marijuana industry. Snoop not only claimed on Reddit that he’s smoked 81 blunts in a day, he also recently invested in Reddit. Show More Summary
Snoop wants in on the budding industry.
“Invest in what you know.” That’s a common piece of advice given to new investors that Calvin Broadus, Jr. (a.k.a. Snoop Dogg, a.k.a. Snoop Lion) seems to be taking to heart. Sources tell us the prolific rapper, youth football coach, and marijuana aficionado is putting together a fund specifically to invest in cannabis startups. Show More Summary
Michelle Rodriguez shows her urban street style while attending Levi’s x Snoop Dogg + Friends Pre-Grammy Party held at the Hollywood Palladium on Thursday (February 5) in Hollywood. The 36-year-old actress was joined at the event by Joel Kinnaman, Miguel, and Pharrell Williams. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Michelle Rodriguez Snoop Dogg was [...]
The fourth episode of ESPN’s 5-part series “Snoop & Son: A Dad’s Dream” airs tonight. But the breaking news from the House of Broadus is that Snoop Dogg‘s son, Cordell Broadus, a standout All-American receiver for Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, has selected UCLA over Arizona State, Baylor, LSU and USC. Show More Summary
Today is the day that the nation's top high school players break the hearts of all those anxious hopefuls who waited breathelessly to hear their school called but alas were spurned.
UCLA now has the market cornered on sons of rappers on their roster; Justin Combs, son of P. Diddy, is a defensive back there.
Snoop Dogg 's son, Cordell Broadus, will not be playing football for the USC Trojans, so the rapper's wardrobe is about to get a makeover. From his jerseys to his underwear, Snoop Dogg is going to be wearing blue and gold instead of his beloved cardinal and gold. Show More Summary
Cordell Broadus, a 4-star wide receiver, per 247Sports' composite rankings, has committed to UCLA. Broadus will make a great impact for the Bruins in the future. Bleacher Report College Football Analyst Michael Felder breaks down the...Show More Summary
Snoop Dogg has a way with words that helped him to eternal rap stardom. His son, Cordell Broadus, didn't need to say much to change the complexion of an NCAA football program's 2015 recruiting class. The coveted wide receiver prospect...Show More Summary
Juvenile brings along Skip for his latest release “Flag On The Play” produced by Zaytoven and Cassius Jay. New mixtape ‘Mardi Gras 2? coming soon. Previously: Fiend ft. Juvenile & Snoop Dogg – On My Job (Remix)
Cordell Broadus committing to UCLA is double-blow to USC. Not only did the Trojans lose out on a four-star receiver, now they've lost one of their biggest fans. Snoop is keeping his allegiances in the family, and told ESPN he'll "throw...Show More Summary
Cordell Broadus -- Snoop Dogg's football star son -- just announced he has committed to attend UCLA next year. Broadus -- one of the top high school wide receivers in the country -- just went on ESPN and made the announcement. "I just…
Let’s go back to nineteen nine-trizzay with The Tonight Show‘s Brian Williams rap remix of one of Snoop Dogg’s first hits, Who Am I. Brian Williams is Snoop Dogg, and Snoop Dogg is Brian Williams.
Jimmy Fallon’s video editors are supremely talented, as evidenced by their ability to edit tiny clips of NBC news anchor Brian Williams speaking individual words and splicing them together to make it sound like he’s rapping along to hip-hop classics. Show More Summary
Snoop Dogg and Diddy aren't just co-hosting a mega-party during NBA All-Star Weekend... they're gunning to UNITE THE COASTS once and for all... Snoop tells TMZ Sports. The rap moguls have teamed up to co-headline "The Tip Off"…