Rapper promises he'll be coming over to play live
Snoop Dogg’s UK visa ban has been lifted, and the rapper has promised that he will be coming over to play live dates.
Dogg was denied entry to the UK in 2007, prompting a series of gig cancellations. He was cautioned in 2006 on suspicion of affray after being arrested at Heathrow airport in London.
Speaking on US TV channel CNN, Dogg revealed that a judge had “found me innocent and now I’m able to go back there”.
Dogg indicated that he would be planning live UK shows soon, declaring: “So everybody in the UK, big Snoop Dogg will be back to come give you all what you want!”
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