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Snoop Dogg

  1. Way of the Dogg Video Game Stars Snoop Dogg the Kung Fu Master

    Because recent news stories haven't been crazy enough -- or maybe because we just needed that extra push to cross the point of no return -- here's one that makes sense only if you've watched like thirty Harlem Shake videos back to back. Snoop Dogg -- or the Lion formerly known as Dogg -- is making a video game called Way of the Dogg for Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation. In it, you will learn to fight at his temple. I mean, duh.

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  2. Snoop Dogg Undergoes Spiritual Reincarnation, is Now Snoop Lion

    The stereotypical reaction to a male having a midlife crisis is usually for him to buy some overpriced, silly car, or to start dressing like the young kids and begin going to youth hotspots once again. Esteemed rapper Snoop Dogg, turning forty-one in two months, might be having a midlife crisis, but isn't dealing with it in some sort of stereotypical way. He's rich and can blow money on fancy cars whenever he likes, and the kids dress like him due to his iconic status. So, what's a Snoop Dogg to do when he really needs to have some sort of crisis? He experiences a spiritual awakening and sheds the old Snoop Dog form to become Snoop Lion. Really.

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  3. Snoop Dogg is Putting Out a Smokable Song Book

    Who says print media is dead? Not Snoop Dogg, that's for sure. He's so fond of print media, in fact, he's putting out a book that is literally disposable. Snoop Dogg's new song book, Rolling Words, is made primarily out of rolling papers. Try to contain your surprise.

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  4. Snoop Dogg Was On The Price is Right [Video]

    The Price is Right is practically synonymous with giving away new cars, but it is generally an affair for the daytime house spouse, rather than, oh I don't know, Snoop Dogg, who happened to appear on the afternoon game show, revealed to be sitting in a prize car. The contestant played "Check Out," a game in which prices of everyday grocery items must be guessed, but she wasn't alone, for she had popular gangsta rapper and grocery connoisseur Snoop Dogg in her corner, calling out to the audience to see if they had birds and could help guess the price of bird feed. You'd think now is the time to make a joke, but the fact that this was a thing that happened is funnier.

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  5. Kim Kardashian, Kanye West And More Endorse MegaUpload In Bizarre Song [UPDATED]

    MegaUpload has been catching some flak in this most recent push against piracy. Neither the MPAA nor the RIAA are particularly fond of the site. But do you know some of the people who are fond of it? How about Kim Kardashian, P Diddy, Will.i.am, Alicia Keys, Snoop Dogg, Chris Brown, Kanye West, Lil John, Mary J. BlidgeJamie Foxx and more. In fact, they are so fond of it, they all contributed to a strange, but heartening little music-video-jingle sort of thing that talks about how awesome MegaUpload is, and how they all use and support it.

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  6. 2011 Webby Award Winners Announced

    It's a big day for your favorite online properties and personalities as the Webby Awards have announced their list of the best the web has to offer in 2011. This year saw big wins by everything from entertainment sites like Funny or Die to tech developers like Google Creative Labs. The likes of Lisa Kudrow, Conan O'Brien, Arcade Fire, Zach Galifianakis, Angry Birds, and Snoop Dogg also walked off with awards for their contributions to the web this year. We've got the full list of winning websites below, but head over to the official Webby's website to see all the nominees, and winners for Interactive Advertising, Online Film and Video, and Mobile and Apps.

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  7. Snoop Dogg Vows to Fight Cybercrime with Rap Contest

    Not an Onion headline: Hack Is Wack is a Norton-sponsored, Snoop Dogg-approved competition wherein contestants submit an "anti-cybercrime rap video" two minutes in length or shorter. "Entries can rap about topics including hacking, identity theft, computer viruses, and why it's important to protect yourself from online crime," and the winner gets tickets to a Snoop Dogg concert, round trip airfare for two to LA, lots of face time with Snoop's management, and a Norton-packed Toshiba laptop.

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