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Snoop Dogg’s pro ‘blunt roller’ reveals rapper smokes up to 150 joints a day

Renegade Piranha, who rolls joints for Snoop Dogg says she has rolled around 450,000 for the rapper
UPDATED OCT 25, 2022
Snoop Dogg smokes '150 joints a day' (Kevin C Cox/Getty Images)
Snoop Dogg smokes '150 joints a day' (Kevin C Cox/Getty Images)

Snoop Dogg's expert "blunt roller," has revealed that the flamboyant American rapper puffs up to 150 marijuana joints every day. The renowned actor and rapper, 51, resides in California, where it is allowed to use marijuana for recreational purposes and has been paying a joint roller a full-time salary since 2016.

The staffer, who went by the alias Renegade appeared on the 'Kyle and Jackie O Show' on October 25 and disclosed that almost 450,000 joints were rolled for Snoop Dogg during that period. "I calculate it at over 450,000. I do about half a pound a day, which is 75 to 150 joints," she told radio hosts Kyle Sandilands and Jackie 'O' Henderson according to the Daily Mail.


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"He said, 'I'm going to teach you something Tupac taught me' and then showed me how to roll a blunt" Kyle explained.


Snoop had, in the past, tried to give up smoking weed but had always succumbed to the temptation. He made one of his earliest public attempts to give up marijuana in 2002. The Grammy-nominated musician had declared his resolve to abstain from marijuana that year.

“Drugs cloud your vision,” Snoop once said in an interview with All Hip Hop. “I was having fun when I was getting high. Don’t regret none of the times I was on it. That was me, Snoop Dogg: Stoner of the Year. Don’t give a f***. That’s how I did that.”

The musician believed that giving up smoking would have improved his knowledge of himself. But he was also driven in part by his desire to set a better example for those who looked up to him.

“I used to do public service announcements and tell the kids, "Say no to drugs" and high as f*** – very hypocritical. That’s one thing my momma always told me, ‘If you gonna do something, baby, mean it. Do not be hypocritical. Do not say, ‘Don’t do this and you turn around and do the same thing.’ I took that to heart,” he said.

Taking a break from smoking weed has benefitted the rapper in the past by his own admission. “I stopped smoking from that day for 180 days straight. And it made me a better coach, a better person, and I stopped smoking when I was coaching football. So every year when I coach football around the kids, I don’t smoke, so that’s three months out of the year that I do that,” he said in an interview on Kocktails with Kloe

Snoop would soon return to consuming marijuana, though. But for the artist, doing so was more than simply a pastime. The rapper insisted that marijuana was essential to his success.

He also recently announced that he has teamed up with TSUMo Snacks to introduce Snazzle Os, a new brand of cannabis-infused savory snacks. His range, which includes the flavors Onion and Spicy Onion, will go on sale this month according to Essence.