Snoop Dogg’s life story officially hits the big screen. Rapper, actor and business mogul and Universal Pictures announced their upcoming biography production on Wednesday.
“What’s her name? Snoop Dooogggyyy Doooooggg, ”Universal Pictures tweeted. “That’s right, we’re working with Father Dogg @SnoopDogg himself to bring his legendary life story to the big screen.”
tweeting write an announcement article with the simple word “finally”.whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., also confirmed this news,
Black Panther co-author Joe Robert Cole will write the film, and Allen Hughes, who directed the 1993 film Menace II Society, will direct the biography. Press association. In a statement to the outlet, Snoop said it has “waited a long time to put this project together.”
“I wanted to pick the right director, the perfect writer, and the best film company I could work with, who could understand the legacy I’m trying to portray and the memory I’m trying to leave behind,” said AP in a statement. “It was a perfect marriage. It was a sacred marriage, not a sacred pasta. ”
Snoop’s fame has lasted for decades. He started his career in the early 90’s with his first album “Doggystyle” in 1993. Since then, he has released 19 more albums, most recently “BODR (Bacc On Death row)” earlier this year. His latest studio release was released shortly after he took over the record label he helped found and debuted in, Death Row Records.
The 51-year-old also starred in several films in the late 1990s, including “Da Game of Life”, “Ride”, “Half-Baked” and “Urban Menace.”
And although his career and iconic personality made him a cultural phenomenon, it was not without controversy.
The rapper has repeatedly been accused of s*xual assault. In, the makeup artist filed a $ 25 million lawsuit against Snoop, accusing him and several members of his entourage of intoxicating and raping her two years earlier. She also claimed that one of his associates beat her after recording “Jimmy Kimmel Live” in 2003. Snoop shortly thereafter filed his lawsuit, saying she had tried to extort him.
This woman’s suit wasand no criminal charges have ever been brought. Snoop’s lawsuit against her was also dismissed.
against Snoop took place in February, just days before his Super Bowl halftime performance. One woman said that a rapper and his “spiritual adviser” s*xually assaulted her in 2013, offering to drive her home from the club. She claimed that his coworker att*cked her the next morning, and later that day Snoop att*cked her in the ladies’ bathroom in his studio, where she was auditioned for his YouTube interview series.
This case was soonand then released, but filed again in Los Angeles federal court in July. A representative for Snoop said her complaint was “full of false allegations and deficiencies”.
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