According to his professional “blunt roller,” rapper Snoop Dogg smokes up to 150 joints every day.
Renegade Piranha, a member of staff for the 51-year-old musician who lives in California, where recreational marijuana usage is allowed, rolls his joints for him, and she has rolled over 450,000 joints for the rapper.
She claimed on the Australian radio show ‘The Kyle and Jackie O Show’: “It’s more than 450,000, according to my calculations. I work out roughly half a pound every day, which equates to 75 to 150 joints “femalefirst.co.uk writes.
Snoop said in June that he had granted his personal “blunt roller” a raise owing to “inflation.”
The ‘Gin and Juice’ hitmaker was previously thought to be earning between $40,000 and $50,000 a year on a joint roller, but the star confirmed their pay had increased due to rising living costs.
He made the disclosure in response to an Uberfacts tweet that said, “Snoop Dogg employs a full-time blunt roller who earns between $40,000 and $50,000 per year.”
The rapper answered, saying: “Inflation. Their pay has increased!!”
In an interview with US shock jock Howard Stern, Snoop previously discussed the peculiar role.
Snoop said when asked why they were employed: “Timing. That motherf****timing *’s is flawless. That is his occupation, his job. ‘What do you do?’ says his resume. ‘I’m a blunt roller.’ P-B-R stands for ‘professional blunt roller.'”
Up To $50.000 Per Year
The singer went on to clarify that the blunt roller receives other other benefits in addition to his compensation, saying: “(The annual salary is) between $40,000 and $50,000. Free cannabis – all costs paid. He gets everything I get. I go get some free clothes and give them to him.”
It comes after Snoop recently stated that he had “changed his ways” about marijuana use.
The 50-year-old rap musician is well-known for his marijuana advocacy and was photographed smoking a joint while walking the red carpet at the MTV Movie and TV Awards in 2021, but he decided not to light up for the 2022 celebration on June 5.
He stated: “No, I’m not going to smoke tonight. I’m doing my best to follow the rules. I’ve altered my behavior. I’ve gotten better.”