“House calls with Snoop are the best! #nailsformales #malenails #nailart #heynicenails #snoopdogg #longbeach #lbc,” they wrote on Instagram.
*As much as people love when celebrities feud, it’s nice to see two fan favorites make up!
The photo is captioned by Oprah at a pre-Oscar party last Friday, ”our first meeting. Say WHAAAT??!! #Oscarparty.”
That’s the way to do it (leave a feud in the past that is)!
But how could two legends feud for seven years and have never met?
Actually he says he dreamed of performing for President Obama at the White House, but didn’t know what song he could perform since his music is so hardcore.
Snoop posted a picture of his winnings, a garbage bag full of ganja, to Instagram, after winning it from a guy name Lui who mistakenly picked Alvarez to win.
“Thanks to the champ money may for winning me a pound from my mexican buddy Lui !! U r the pound for pound best! N I’m gonna smoke 2 dat !!! Hahahahahahahah,” is what the instagram caption read.
According to sources, the average cost for a pound of weed will usually run about $4,000 and can last up to 4 months. So Snoop will likely be celebrating ’til Christmas or maybe New Years. Maybe.
*Snoop Lion, the artist formerly known as Snoop Dogg, has become the latest high-profile contributor to give money toward the funeral of a 6-year-old girl shot in Moreno Valley last weekend.
His rep confirmed that he gave Tiana Ricks’ family an undisclosed amount in donations and feels her death was “heartbreaking.”
“Little 6-year-old girls are not supposed to die from a gunshot. But it keeps happening,” Snoop said. “From the mass shootings in Aurora and Newtown, to gang violence in the streets and murders in our own backyards, too many tears are being shed, too many young lives are being cut short. We need to come together to change this.”
“Beautiful Tiana loved to play the piano — she had a whole life ahead of her which she should have been filled with love and music,” Snoop added.
Tiana and her father, Tyrell Ricks Jr., 26, were standing in the driveway of a Moreno Valley home when two men approached them and then proceeded to open fire.
The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department said Tiana died later while at a hospital.
Riverside County Sheriff’s Sgt. Lisa McConnell said Tuesday the fatal shooting could “possibly be gang-related.” But she also shared that Tiana’s father was not known to have any gang affiliation.
Rapper The Game posted a picture of Tiana to his Instagram and said “very sad story hit me in a place nothing ever has.” He has donated $10,000 for Tiana’s funeral this week.
As we reported, The Game wrote he read Tiana’s story while in Australia and “immediately” tracked down her mother. When he learned the family was trying to raise money to cover the funeral, the rapper wrote, he called his accountant.
“To lose a child is to lose your soul,” he told The Times in a statement. “My prayers are with her family.”
The $10,000 The Game pledged was apart of the Robin Hood Project, which involves the rapper giving away a total of $1 million before Christmas “to people I come in contact with around the world.”
Snoop also pointed to a larger project — his anti-violence campaign that shares the name of a song he released this year.
“We’ve lost too many kids to senseless gun violence — and these circumstances inspired the launch of my anti-violence campaign in 2013 to get communities to embrace #NoGunsAllowed,” he said in his statement. “Tiana’s loss reminds us of the urgent work we still have left to do. Love and peace with her family.”
*Arsenio Hall brought out some old friends to accompany his late night return Monday, nearly 20 years after his eponymous talk show aired its last episode.
“Leave it to the first black late-night host to take 19 years off work and come back here and expect my job to still be here waiting for me,” Hall joked in the monologue of the first episode of his syndicated series, “Arsenio.”
Chris Tucker and Snoop Dogg were his first official guests, while fellow early-90s icon Paula Abdul was a surprise guest on what Hall said was the “biggest night of [his] life.” The former pop star walked out as Hall was going through a time capsule he said he buried after his last show and offered her support as he began his new late-night gig.
“There are so many things to be grateful for and I’m grateful for you, for your loyal friendship, your amazing unique talent and your dedication to everything that truly matters,” she said. “Really, I’m so proud of you. You’ve done something that no one’s ever done before or let alone even tried to come back 20 years and step back into this spotlight. It’s really inspiring.”
Watch clips from the first broadcast below.