West Coast rapper Snoop Dogg knows his story is one worth putting some respect on. He recently spoke in an interview about who he would have play him in a biopic about the illustrious life he’s lived.
Snoop Dogg Speaks On Biopic
The Dogg Father says he needs a Jamie Foxx-level actor to represent him. Without giving any other exact names, Snoop dished out that he wants somebody to act out his life in a way that they actually become him on screen.
“I don’t know who could play me. I think it’s gonna have to win me over. When I think of someone playing you, I think of how Jamie Foxx played Ray [Charles]. That was like, spot on. So I would have to find me a Jamie Foxx or somebody that can actually become Snoop Dogg on screen and give me all of that element.”
Snoop Dogg Says Eminem Feud Was ‘Family Business’
The brief beef between rap legends Snoop Dogg and Eminem appears to be over. Snoop fully addressed the situation in a recent national TV interview and said he and Slim Shady are “still friends.” Snoop Dogg went on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” and was asked about Eminem dissing him on his new song “Zeus.” Despite speculation and rumors, Snoop Dizzle said it was simply “family business” and not a big deal.
“We still friends. I think that’s family business and I don’t want to make it more than what it is. He said what he said and I respect that, we just going to keep it right there. It’s family business.”
Snoop Dogg Says Eminem Feud Is Settled
Before his most recent TV appearance, rapper/actor/entrepreneur Snoop took to Instagram to clear up the Eminem situation. Asked by a fan if anything had changed between himself and Slim Shady, the Dogg suggested the two had patched things up.
“Wonder what changed..!!”
“Nothing we good” -Snoop Dogg
50 Cent Gives Eminem Credit
Rappers and rap fans were taking sides in the feud between Em and Snoop. One of the kings of industry beef, 50 Cent, has expressed his loyalty to Eminem, but it doesn’t seem to have anything to do with the Snoop rivalry. 50 Cent went on Twitter to reflect on his biggest single, 2003’s “In Da Club.” He also gave Eminem credit for giving him his big break.
“You ain’t gonna believe this one but 18 years ago today I dropped a song I recorded in LA and it’s still spinning 1,000 times a week at radio. I tell @eminem I love him for what he did for me, he put me on.”