Where did this rumor come from? Well, the LBC rapper told folks he was going to be on the show and even released a song dedicated to the main character, Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin).
But Sam Trammell who stars as Sam Merlotte, denied any such line up.
“Apparently Snoop has wanted to be on the show from the beginning, but I don’t think [creator] Alan Ball is going to let that happen,” he explained. “Having such a high-profile person appear in the show, I think it would take us all out of Bon Temps. [Alan] doesn’t need to cast Snoop Dogg to get people to watch.”
He later added, “We’re glad he watches and likes the show though.”