Nearly seven years after then Pres. Donald Trump tweeted about Snoop Dogg's "failing career," the rapper now says, "I have nothing but love for Donald Trump," who commuted Death Row Records' co-founder Michael Harris' sentence in 2020.
Snoop Dogg plays a former star NFL wide receiver who's fallen on hard times and becomes the blunt-smoking coach of a foul-mouthed peewee football team in Charles Stone III's R-rated stoner comedy, "The Underdoggs." It's now streaming at Prime Video.
John Merris thought he had a brilliant idea: Snoop Dogg shilling for Solo Brands' smokeless fire pit. But now he's out of a job.
CBS celebrated Willie Nelson's 90th birthday with an edited version of the two-day Willie Nelson 90 concerts in Los Angeles on April 29-30. The spirited two-hour show aired December 17.
Cocaine made a comeback in 2023 movies headed by a wacky one about a buzzed bear. There was plenty of weed in this year's crop of stoner films as well.
Snoop Dogg's "giving up smoke" post on November 16 was just a ruse to promote the Solo Stove smokeless firepit.
British pop singer Ed Sherran dishes on his favorite celebrity stoners on the latest episode of "Conan O'Brien Needs a Friend." His attitude is "When in Rome..."
The legendary weed mag High Times played a major role in connecting the hip-hop community to the cannabis legalization movement. We look back at the the magazine's contribution with 14 potent rap-star covers.
Seth Rogen and his wife Lauren Miller Rogen discuss Hilarity for Charity, their fundraising organization that focuses on Alzheimer's, with Bill Gates on his new podcast. But the conversation gets really interesting when Gates asks the Rogens about weed.
Singer Bebe Rexha sustained a cut above her eye after being nailed with a flying cell phone while performing in New York on June 18. She required three stitches. Rexha recently collaborated with Snoop Dogg on the high tune, "Satellite."