Ever since Snoop Dogg’s hip-hop career blasted off in 1992, he’s had this persona of a laidback gangsta rapper. In addition to being a respected MC and well-known marijuana connoisseur, he’s been a kids’ football coach, cooking show host, and most recently, a boxing commentator. And people love him for it.
Snoop Dogg has been in the entertainment game for more than two decades and has plenty to show for it, but he’s not just a performer. At times, he’s a fan too, and one of the things he’s a fan of is a hit Disney bop.
Snoop Dogg expresses love for Disney’s ‘Frozen’
Rolling Stone magazine once deemed Snoop Dogg “America’s Most Lovable Pimp,” and noted his red carpet appearance where he walked with two women on leashes.
However, the outlet also noted his renaissance-like reach and appeal that goes beyond hip-hop. People truly do find him lovable.
Since Snoop became a grandfather, he has adjusted to the role by partaking in activities that grandparents have been doing for generations. That includes watching Disney movies with the kiddies and learning about the joys of Frozen. The film has grown on Snoop Dogg so much that he loves its anthem, “Let It Go.”
During an appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Snoop Dogg touched on why he digs the song after it came up in a fan’s question.
“But that particular song ‘Let It Go’ — I love that song. I went to go see that movie with my grandkids,” he said. “I thought I was gonna fall asleep but I stayed up the whole movie, and when they started singing, I just … I was crying. And I just fell in love with the song and I just added it to my playlist,” he shared.
Laughing, Snoop said, “I’m sorry. I’m sorry for liking that.”
Snoop had a ‘Let It Go’ session
Plenty of celebrities have Instagram accounts, but Snoop Dogg has one of the most entertaining pages on the platform. Months into the pandemic in 2020, he shared a video of himself listening to “Let It Go” in his car.
While some believed the rapper was having a cute moment on the ‘gram, he was actually throwing shade at Tekashi 6ix9ine.
Back in May, the two had an online feud about informant behavior. Tekashi accused Snoop of snitching on Suge Knight, and he implied the “Drop It Like It’s Hot” rapper was the reason Knight got locked up.
Tekashi posted a message on his Instagram Story that read, “Should I just tell you guys what rappers snitched,” and then typed a comment in The Shade Room calling out Snoop.
After denying being a snitch, Snoop threw a few of his own social media jabs at Tekashi and warned him to leave him alone. After a little bit of back of forth, the D-o-g-g put up the “Let It Go” video which was really a subliminal message about their exchange.
Snoop Dogg likes the song for more than one reason, but the social media beef with 6ix9ine ended months ago. They both let it go.