Snoop Dogg’s “Redemption of a Dogg”

Snoop Dogg tells us about his new play, “Redemption of a Dogg” and what it’s like working with Tamar Braxton.

Then, Snoop open up about his marriage and fatherhood. Find out how he felt when his son told him he no longer wanted to play football and the advice he gave his daughter who wants a singing career.

Plus, Snoop dishes about the 25th anniversary of “Doggystyle” and reveals the secret to his long career.
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