Rapper also says he's thinking of buying a house in the UK
Snoop Dogg has talked up the UK monarchy and has said he’s even planning to record some “baby-making music” for Prince William and Kate Middleton.
The rapper, who was in the UK to headline Lovebox Festival, also said he was delighted to have sorted visa issues that had seen him denied entry to the British Isles in recent years.
Speaking to The Sun, the rapper said of the Royal newlyweds: “Kate and Wills, what a couple. They need to make some babies soon to give the Queen some great grandkids. They’re going to be beautiful babies. Perhaps I’ll record them their own baby-making music.”
The Doggfather also said he’s planning to spend a lot more time in the UK after overcoming visa issues.
He said: “I’m in, I ain’t leaving. I’m so honoured to be here. I’m just so happy they’ve finally lifted that thing, whatever was on me. I’m just a fun guy and I’m glad they see that and they let me prove myself and be peaceful and continue to do my shows.”
The hip-hop star even wants to buy a place over here, adding: “I’d probably choose Manchester or London, or both.”
Snoop Dogg plays a full UK arena tour later in the year.