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Snoop Dogg reveals ‘giving up smoke’ was an advert for a smokeless range after gorgeous followers

Snoop Dogg remains to be smoking, after stunning followers with what turned out to be an advert marketing campaign.

The artist, whose actual identify is Calvin Broadus, stated he “determined to surrender smoke” on Friday.

Many took this to imply Snoop Dogg was quitting smoking weed, nevertheless it seems he was merely selling a brand new smokeless fireplace pit.

“I know what you’re thinking: Snoop! Smoke is kind of your whole thing! But I’m done with it,” the hip-hop star stated within the advert.

“Done with the coughing and my garments smelling all sticky icky. I’m going smokeless.

“Solo Stove fixed fire. They take out the smoke. Clever.”

In the video advert, Snoop Dogg roasts marshmallows in entrance of a metallic fireplace pit.

In their partnership with the hit rapper, Solo Stove launched a restricted version product known as “The Snoop Stove”, describing it as “hot enough to make the Doggfather go smokeless.”

On X, Snoop’s followers weren’t shocked that the rapper did not surrender smoking, with one saying: “Snoop had folks changing their lives so he could sell a George Foreman grill.”

Another stated: “SoloStove must have spent the BAG … like asking the Pope to give up preaching for a brand deal.”

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Snoop Dogg on stage throughout a live performance in Germany. Pic: Henning Kaiser/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

Throughout his profession, Snoop Dogg’s trademark has been smoking marijuana.

In 2013, talking to GQ journal as Snoop Lion, the artist shared he was smoking 80 hashish blunts a day.

Snoop Dogg rose to fame after making a number of appearances on Dr. Dre’s 1992 album The Chronic, which had a marijuana leaf front-and-centre on the quilt.

The rapper launched his debut album, “Doggystyle,” in 1993. Since then, he has launched 19 albums and carried out on the Super Bowl in 2022.

Frank, the nationwide anti-drug advisory service, notes that overusing marijuana can improve the danger of lung most cancers.

It can even trigger long-term anxiousness, paranoia, and hallucinations, and may improve the possibilities of growing schizophrenia.

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