Snoop Dogg wants to be a butterfly in his afterlife
Snoop Dogg wants to be a butterfly in his afterlife.
The 44-year-old 'Drop It Like It's Hot' rapper has admitted he wants to return as the flying insect in his second life so he can spy on people and witness debates over his assets, although he doesn't want to have a will.
Speaking with Business Insider Online about his next life, he said: "Hopefully, I'm a butterfly.
"I come back and fly around and look at all these fighting over my money.
"I don't give a f*** when I'm dead. What am I gonna give a f*** about? This going on while I'm gone, you know?"
But for the meantime it is alleged Snoop is set to collaborate with Pittsburgh Steeler footballer Le'Veon Bell on a new single.
Le'Veon tweeted: "y'all can hate all y'all want, I gotta get this track done with @SnoopDogg now#OnAMission (sic)".
Meanwhile, former 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star Brandi Glanville has reportedly she smoked marijuana with the rap mogul twice, and the pair have "never" been in a relationship, although they are relaxed with each other.
When asked if she is romancing Snoop, who is still legally wed to estranged wife Shante Broadus, she replied: "No! What? Not true! Never.
"He's never asked me out, and I believe he's married. No! I don't know where that came from.
"I'm not dating Snoop Dogg and I don't know why that's out there! We smoked weed together once... okay, twice!"
Last year, the rapper insisted his relationship with his kids - sons Corde, 21, and Cordell, 19, and daughter Cori, 16 - is the "more important than anything".
When asked how he rates himself as a dad, he replied: "Well, I think I'm about a seven plus. I've got three things that I can work on, but I feel like my relationship with my kids is more important than anything.
"It's a friendship relationship. It's based on me being a father, a mentor and a friend to where they can always talk to me and feel like they don't have to run away from me."