Snoop Dogg Doesn’t Censor His Lyrics During DJ Set at 2017 NHL All-Star Skills Competition
When it comes to a Snoop Dogg concert, ain't no censored version bih. The National Hockey League had to learn the direct way when they booked The Doggfather to perform a DJ set at their All-Star weekend festivities.
The rap legend played "The Next Episode" prior to the All-Star Skills Competition, but instead of dusting off the more family friendly clean version, Snoop went full on LBC in front of a - let's be real, predominantly White non-rap - crowd of adults and kids alike.
After several MFs blasted through the speakers, NBCSN commentator Kenny Albert had to apologize for the profane language. But despite the crowd's surprise jaunt into the land of gangsta rap, everyone seemed to enjoy themselves. We're sure more than a few kids got their ears covered, though.
In case you were wonder if Snoop planned to give it to 'em raw beforehand, his song choice was apparently a mistake. He has since commented on his performance on Instagram. Posting a screenshot of an article about his set, Snoop simply captioned the pic, "My bad."
Snoop continues to expand his crossover appeal. In November, his cooking show with Martha Steward, Potluck Dinner Party, was renewed for a second season.
“Martha and Snoop are the modern day ‘Odd Couple’ and the reigning King and Queen of pop culture,” said MTV, VH1 and Logo president Chris McCarthy when the news was announced. “Wait until you see what happens in season two.”
Hopefully, Snoop remembers to play only the radio edits in the kitchen.
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