Snoop Dogg still a charsi, haven’t quit ‘smoking’

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MIAMI: Four days following his initial, ambiguous announcement about “giving up smoke,” Snoop Dogg clarified the situation in a way that surprised many.

On November 20, 2023, he revealed through an Instagram post that he is not abandoning weed (gaanja in Urdu), which has been a significant part of his identity for most of his career. Instead, the statement was part of a promotional move.

The rapper disclosed his new partnership with Solo Stove, a brand known for its smokeless fire pits. He expressed this new direction with a clear message: “I’m done with smoke. I’m going smokeless with Solostove.” This revelation showed that Snoop Dogg’s initial statement was not about giving up marijuana but was related to his latest business endeavor, aligning with the brand’s emphasis on smokeless products.

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This twist in the story underlines the clever use of public statements in marketing strategies, especially when they come from high-profile celebrities like Snoop Dogg. His ability to create a buzz and then pivot to reveal a commercial partnership demonstrates a savvy understanding of brand promotion and public relations.

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