December 6, 2012 15:46

Snoop Lion gets grilled about weed-smoking habit by fans

The infamous smoker says he'd love to spark up with Bob Marley

Snoop Lion gets grilled about weed-smoking habit by fans

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Snoop Lion, aka Snoop Dogg, held an 'Ask Me Anything' session on social media website Reddit yesterday (December 5), allowing fans to grill him about his weed habit.

When asked how much he smokes during an average week, the rapper wrote in reply: "81 blunts a day x 7", most of which he gets for "free". He also revealed that his favourite smoking soundtrack is Curtis Mayfield's 'Superfly' and that his ideal sparking up partner would be Bob Marley.

Asked to recall his time working with Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson on the Starsky & Hutch movie, Snoop replied: "Those cats can smoke uhearme." However, only three people have apparently proved able to out-smoke Snoop: Willie Nelson, Wiz Khalifa and Cypress Hill rapper B-Real.

Occasionally, the 'Ask Me Anything' questions broached a different topic. Snoop Lion listed his "musical guilty pleasure" as "K-pop" and politely dodged a 'Kill, Fuck, Marry' conundrum involving Oprah Winfrey, Hillary Clinton and Rosie O'Donnell.

Earlier this week (December 4), Snoop Lion debuted his new track 'Here Comes The King', which was produced by Major Lazer. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen.




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