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Snoop Dogg Gives Parenting Advice.

October 1, 2012 by  
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( “My kid’s can do whatever the hell they want.” Not my words, but the words of Snoop Dogg, Snoop Dogg Lion, Snoop Lion or whatever he is going by these days.

A few days ago a picture surfaced of Snoop’s oldest son, Corde lighting up the ganja with his dad. So what now a family that smokes together stays together? Well I suppose so in the Snoop household.

He’s helping his 18 year old to pursue a career as Spanky Danky, Spank being his nick name. Spank’s song titles are Rollin, Rollin, Rollin … Stoned, California Gs and Commemoration of Vaporization. Okay I got it he’s keeping it all in the  family.

Snoop Dogg explained to The Hollywood Reporter his rationale behind his parenting choices. “What better way to [learn] than from the master?” Snoop Dog is referring to photos that were posted on Twitter by his son Spank, showing his son lighting his father’s bong.

Snoop Dogg has stated, “My kids can do whatever the hell they want.”  He went on  explain his parenting philosophy. “For me to say otherwise would be hypocritical. A lot of motherf—ers don’t have a relationship with their kids, and that’s when they get on drugs and have suicidal thoughts and drive drunk. Me and my son is mellow. I’m his father, so I wanna show him the proper way because he looks up to me.”

Snoop Lion has also said “Go to Amsterdam or the Netherlands where it is legal and you see that the crime rate is nonexistent, the murder rate is probably under 10 percent, people learn to get along! There are people riding on bicycles being happy.” — Snoop Dogg aka Snoop Lion

I’m sorry I might be alone on this one.  I am not trying to be my child’s friend and buddy. I’m his mother. I carried him for nine months. I cloth him, I feed him and I’m the one missing days from work when he gets sick. So sorry my lovely son we are not on the same level.

How can a child truly respect his or her parent if they are getting high together? Parents we need to be parents, We are here to raise and nurture our children to be their best. Allowing them to blatantly break the law on social media is not the way.

This may come across as criticism to some, but it is what it Is and no I am not Spank’s mother. But as African Americans we have enough to contend with and our young black boys have to deal with even more. 

Snoop Dog has never kept it secret that he loves weed. He has been known to uphold the attributes of marijuana and its use.  Even though he’s been busted numerous times this has not stopped his indulgence.

Snoop Dogg looks forward to the day marijuana is fully legalized. Well Snoop you might not want to sleep on that one. I don’t see that happening any time soon.

Staff Writer; Eleanie Campbell
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4 Responses to “Snoop Dogg Gives Parenting Advice.”
  1. toomanygrandkids says:

    BTW, Snoop stated on tv that his mother put his ass out the house during his years of gang bangin and drug selling. His mother stated that Snoop was placing her and her other childrens’ lives in danger because of HIS actions/behavior. In response, Snoop said that his mother had to do what she had to do. She didn’t feel obligated to go along with Snoop just because he’s her son.

  2. toomanygrandkids says:

    Parent (if thats what you wanna call em) are not only getting high with their kids but selling drugs and weapons with them also. I don’t refer to these bad, unfit parents as mothers and fathers. No black man or black woman in their right mind would give law enforcement a reason to raid their property/home. But this love affair wit drugs/weapons has been going on since the 80’s, and I don’t see ignorant, trifling blacks letting what they love go anytime soon.

    Then when drug-related fatalities occur involving their sons and other relatives and friends, moms and dads wanna blame the police, the courts, and the prison system. Without even holding their own actions/behavior accountable.

  3. Sirius Caesar says:

    Snoop Dogg, your not alone. Sometimes I wonder why we live in a society that the most common way of dying is by something mad made, like a gun…
    Or drunk driving, and then if you don’t die, hopefully not get caught by the cops and go to jail… yea, I guess something is wrong with me when I say that we’ve have been living like this for, how many years now?
    Nobody should critize how parents raised their child, especially when it comes to cannabis.

  4. Da Truth says:

    What would do you expect from a brutha who still prefers to live his life in the sewer.

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