Snoop Dogg, the US rapper and actor, has taken to social media to announce his decision to quit smoking.
In a post shared on his X page on Thursday, the rapper said he is “giving up smoke” after much consideration.
The 52-year-old actor said he made the decision after having multiple conversations with his family.
“After much consideration and conversation with my family, I have decided to give up smoke,” he said.
“Please respect my privacy at this time”.
Born Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., Snoop Dogg became famous in 1992 after he featured on Dr. Dre’s debut single, ‘Deep Cover’.
Since the start of his career, Snoop has been an avowed cannabis smoker, making it one of the trademarks.
In 2002, he announced that he was giving up cannabis for good. His decision, however, did not last long.
Snoop said he has been certified for medical cannabis in California to treat migraines since at least 2007.
The rap legend claimed to be smoking approximately eighty cannabis blunts a day in 2013.
In 2018, Snoop announced that he was “a born-again Christian” and released his first gospel album titled ‘Bible of Love’.
The rapper has 19 albums to his credit. He has won an avalanche of gongs including the American Music Awards, the Primetime Emmy Awards, the MOBO Awards, and the BET Awards.
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