It may be the least fashionable rapper of them all, but that didn’t stop Snoop Dogg from traveling all the way to Washington, D.C., last week to discuss his latest record, “Murder Was the Case,” which traces one man’s life from Super Bowl rap star to prison. But Snoop Dogg, real name Calvin Broadus, sat down for a little personal discussion with three women at a Borders cafe. You can judge for yourself when you watch a YouTube recording of the event below.
The first question is when Snoop had his date with the ladies — the rapper explained that they were college students and that they would be spending time at home during the summer break. Can you say Teen Choice Awards? Here’s what happened next:
Q: Are you seeing a college girl?
A: I’m not dating no college girl. I’m an old love.
Q: Can you come over this summer?
A: Yes I am.
A: To be with my son.
Q: Where’s your son?
A: I just got back, but I’ll be back on August 30th.
Q: Oh cool, how are you doing, dude?
A: I’m good. Just caught up on some records.
– Mika G. and Katy Kray
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