Snoop Dogg Quits Smoking And Inspires Meek Mill To Do The Same

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The world of hip-hop experienced a surprise this week as Calvin “Snoop Dogg” Broadus Jr., a well-known proponent of marijuana, declared he will stop his smoking habits. This announcement has influenced another iconic figure, Meek Mill, who is also contemplating a similar lifestyle shift.

Snoop Dogg broke the news to his followers in a heartfelt Instagram post where he stated, “After thoughtful deliberation and discussions with my family, I’ve chosen to quit smoking. I kindly ask for your understanding and respect for my privacy during this period.”

The post garnered widespread attention and quickly became a trending topic across various social media platforms. As a key contributor to Dr. Dre’s groundbreaking 1992 album, ‘The Chronic,’ Snoop’s declaration sparked a lively debate about cannabis consumption.

In response to the news, Meek Mill voiced his thoughts on X platform, reacting to Snoop Dogg’s decision to quit smoking, a habit for which he is arguably the most famous ambassador in the world.

In a tweet dated November 16, Meek Mill shared, “I plan on going to Dubai to give up smoking entirely, following Snoop’s example. My doctor warned me that I have a touch of emphysema in my chest.”

The leader of Dream Chasers elaborated, “If I don’t quit, it could halve my lifespan. I am addicted to nicotine, and the new strains of weed are laden with too many chemicals, making it risky for my mental health.”

Meek recently collaborated with Rick Ross on the MMG-backed project ‘Too Good To Be True.’ Meanwhile, Snoop Dogg hinted at joining forces again with Dr. Dre for the album ‘Missionary,’ a follow-up to Snoop’s 1993 ‘Doggystyle.’

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