Snoop Dogg has proven he’s one giving guest, after gifting Shannon Sharpe and Skip Bayless with “back-to-school” bling.
On Thursday (May 4) Snoop joined Shannon Sharpe and Skip Bayless on their Undisputed talk show, to talk Lakers, LeBron James and more, when he gifted them with iced out, rose gold chains, featuring the infamous Death Row Records logo.
“Put the top on it. See what it do — Oh, rose gold for the both of ’em. Ya’ll don’t get the yellow gold. Ya’ll get the rose gold,” Snoop said as the hosts unboxed their chains.
“You got the drip Skip. I’m surprised you don’t have your drip on today,” the West Coast rapper continued, pointing out that the host’s attire was missing one key accessory.
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Meanwhile, Sharpe was all smiles, revealing, “I was gonna ask for one of these. I don’t have to ask for one now.”
“Guess what? I’m coming out here tomorrow with it on. I’m gonna have to wear a sweater because they’re gonna have to see this. I’m not gonna lie, I’m not wearing a jacket. I’m wearing this tomorrow,” Sharpe added, holding the chain to the camera
During the appearance, the NFL Hall of Famer and longtime sports aficionado, 51, also shared when he first grew a fond of the Los Angeles-based basketball team, explaining he was “probably like four or five — 1975 — I know the pain and the glory.”
The declaration comes on the heels of Snoop showing his appreciation for yet another sports league, when he entered a bidding war for the Ottawa Senators against Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds.
First reported by The Athletic on Monday (May 1), the “Drop It Like It’s Hot” rhymer has joined a group led by Hollywood film producer Neko Sparks in his bid to become the NHL’s first Black owner with the Senators’ purchase.
On the opposing side sits actor Ryan Reynolds’ group, which boasts an alleged bid north of $1 billion and includes The Weeknd as part of the team as well.
Snoop confirmed the news on Monday and voiced his hope to grow the game of hockey within the Black community.
“Amazing what @neko_sparks is trying to do in Ottawa & I’m looking forward to being apart of that ownership team,” he wrote to Instagram. I WANNA BRING HOCKEY TO OUR COMMUNITY.”