Snoop Dogg has given his private blunt curler a wage increase so he can sustain with inflation. Earlier than the increase, his blunt curler, whose job is to ensure he all the time has completely rolled weed, acquired a wage of $40,000 to $50,000 a yr.
The rapper revealed Wednesday on Twitter that he had raised the wage of his full-time blunt curler resulting from inflation, which has resulted in the price of petrol, meals and power skyrocketing within the U.S. Sharing a tweet by Twitter account UberFacts that claims, “Snoop Dogg employs a full-time blunt curler who makes between $40,000-$50,000 a yr,” he wrote, “Inflation. Their wage went up!”
Snoop Dogg first talked about his blunt roller throughout an interview on “The Howard Stern Present” in 2019. “That mom***er is just like the Lurch from ‘The Addams Household,’ ‘you rang?’” he stated, suggesting that the job includes ensuring a marijuana cigarette is prepared each time he needs to smoke.
“Timing. That mom***er’s timing is impeccable. That’s his J-O-B, his occupation. On his resume, it says, ‘What do you do?’ ‘I’m a blunt curler. P-B-R, skilled blunt curler.’ In case you’re nice at one thing I would like, I’m hiring you,” he added.
He additionally revealed on the time how a lot he pays his blunt curler and stated the job includes many perks. “That’s someplace between $40,000 and $50,000 a yr. Free weed—all paid bills. All the things I get, he will get. I’m going get some free garments, I give him some,” he stated.
It’s no secret that Snoop Dogg loves smoking weed and is absolutely invested in authorized marijuana, launching his personal vary of hashish merchandise in 2015. In Might, the 50-year-old and his son Cordell Broadus joined forces with MOBLAND to carry digital weed farms to the metaverse.
Earlier this yr, he additionally made headlines when he determined to not smoke weed as he walked the 2022 MTV Film and TV Awards pink carpet. “No, I ain’t smoking tonight. I’m making an attempt to abide by the regulation. I’ve modified my methods. I’ve change into higher,” he stated.
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