By / November 28, 2023

How Many Joints Has Snoop Dogg Smoked Since Announcing He’s Quitting?

Rapper and cannabis enthusiast Snoop Dogg, whose real name is Calvin Broadus, recently shocked his fans by announcing his decision to quit smoking. The news came as a surprise to many, following his statement about long reflections and discussions with his family: “After long reflections and conversations with my family, I’ve decided to quit smoking. Please respect my privacy during this time.”

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Fans Reactions to Snoop Dogg Decision

This declaration left fans astonished, leading some to scrutinize his statement for loopholes, suggesting that while he mentioned quitting “smoking,” he didn’t specify about edible forms of cannabis. This clever interpretation sparked further discussion among his followers.

However, as some fans had guessed, this whole situation turned out to be a marketing ploy for a company named Solo Stove, known for its grills and fire pits. They used this opportunity to promote their new smokeless fire pit. In the advertisement, the 52-year-old rapper said, “I know what you’re thinking: Snoop! Smoking is your specialty! But I’m done with it. I’m done with the cough and clothes smelling like sticky icky. I’m switching to smokeless with Solo Stove, who improved fire by eliminating smoke. Clever.”

Indeed, clever – although some fans admitted feeling somewhat betrayed by this marketing stunt. Should they have been surprised, considering Snoop employs someone specifically for rolling blunts?

The Blunt Roller’s Revelation

Renagade PerRana, the person in charge of rolling blunts, earlier revealed how much cannabis she handles. On the Kyle and Jackie O Show, she mentioned, “I roll about half a pound a day (about 225g), which makes 75 to 150 joints.” She later clarified to TM Hip Hop that she rolls about a quarter to half a pound (110g to 225g) daily, but this total amount isn’t intended solely for the rapper. “It’s for all my clients together,” she said.

In 2013, Snoop himself seemed to confirm these numbers during a Q&A session on Twitter, estimating that he smokes about 81 blunts each day.

How Many Blunts Would Snoop Dogg Have Consumed Post-Announcement?

So, let’s calculate how many blunts he has smoked since announcing his intention to quit, assuming his statement was true. Snoop made his announcement on November 16th, and today is November 29th, making it 13 days since the announcement. Assuming he still consumes cannabis at his 2013 rate, he would have smoked 1,053 blunts – an unimaginable amount for an average person, but somewhat expected from him, right?

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