Snoop Dogg, aka Snoop Doggy Dogg, aka Calvin Broadus, aka Snoop D-oh-double-G, is the snoopiest dogg in the rapping and musical world. Fo...
Cordell Broadus: Snoop Dogg's Son Quits UCLA Football!
Back in 2012, the worlds of celebrity gossip and college sports intersected when it was first rumored that Cordell Broadus and Justin Combs would both play for the UCLA football team (even though Broadus was just a high school sophomore at the time).
At one point, the young men - the sons of Snoop Dogg and Diddy, respectively - were believed to have bright futures on the field, Broadus because he was one of the most highly-recruited high school players in the country, and Combs because Diddy told everyone his son is really good at football.
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Snoop Dogg Arrested in Sweden, Accuses Cops of Racial Profiling
It's official: Snoop Dogg likes police in Texas far more than police in Sweden.
The rapper - who posed with a Texas State trooper in April - was arrested overseas on Saturday after Swedish authorities said the artist "seemed to be under the influence of narcotics" while inside a car that has been pulled over.
Snoop Dogg Labels Caitlyn Jenner a "Science Project"
Snoop Dogg may have been having fun when he helped roast Justin Bieber.
But few are laughing over his comments regarding Caitlyn Jenner.
Martha Stewart Smokes Pot with Snoop Dogg, Jeff Ross
Martha Stewart is known for rolling pastry dough. But did you know she rolls blunts too? Apparently ...
4/20: A Tribute to Celebrity Stoners Who Love the Sticky-Icky-Icky!
It's 4/20, mannn!!!!! Four. Twenty. Whether you're high on life these days or prefer to get high on ... other stuff, the 20th day of April is the day for you.
Why? Do we really need to explain? Let's allow these folks to do it for us ...
17 Stars Who Have Almost Definitely Killed Someone
Earlier today, Aaron Hernandez was found guilty of first degree murder.
The former New England Patriots tight end was convicted of killing Odin Lloyd and will spend the rest of his life in prison, with no chance for parole.