Snoop Dogg Smoked A Joint Before Going On Stage For Super Bowl Halftime Show, Footage Emerges
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Rap legend Snoop Dogg managed to get a cheeky joint in before taking to the stage for Super Bowl LVI's halftime show. Check out the video from Rafa El Alcalde below.
Snoop took to the stage with Eminem, Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar and other legends to deliver an incredible performance during the NFL's showpiece game.
It's well known the 50-year-old is a marijuana smoker and many joked he would light up during the performance.
He didn't do that, but he did enjoy a few puffs right before dropping one of the Super Bowl's most iconic halftime shows.
Fans have reacted to the footage and they think it's classic Snoop.
One commented: "Snoop has a free pass to smoke weed anywhere in the world. Literally anywhere."
Another put: "Snoop is unbeatable lol."
A third said: "That man was buzzing in his performance."
While someone else tweeted: "Exactly the same way I warm up for work, fair play."
Longtime friends Dre and Snoop opened the proceedings with a rendition of 'The Next Episode' before paying tribute to Tupac Shakur with 'California Love' which sent SoFi Stadium wild.
Happy Dre Day !! @drdre @snoopdogg @maryjblige @kendricklamar @50cent @AndersonPaak 🙏🙏🙏 @NFL #SBLVI #PepsiHalftime https://t.co/PR3WJxVDaK pic.twitter.com/3b7Vdq2zNJ— Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) February 14, 2022
50 Cent made a surprise appearance to perform 'In Da Club' before Mary J. Blige belted out 'Family Affair'.
Next up was California native Lamar who sent the crowd wild with 'Alright'.
Eminem then stepped up and it couldn't be anything else but 'Lose Yourself', could it?
Imagine being a Los Angeles Rams or Cincinnati Bengals player and hearing that. You only get one shot, do not miss your chance to blow... goosebumps.
The finale to the show was 'Still D.R.E' with everyone joining in.
On the pitch it was the Rams who ended their 22 year wait for the Vince Lombardi Trophy after running out 23-20 winners.
36-year-old Sean McVay made history by becoming the youngest coach to win a Super Bowl ring.
Featured Image Credit: Rafa El Alcalde/Twitter
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