Snoop Dogg Shares His Vision for Twitter and Wants to Buy It Now
Look, right. Snoop Dogg loves to tweet. Why wouldn’t he, with over 20m followers? His latest tweet on the social media platforms, complete with the bit of birdhouse and no editing button, is all about Twitter. It shouldn’t even be taken seriously.
The rapper, whose 19th studio album BODR (Back On Death Row) was released in February 2022, posted “May Have 2 Buy Twitter Now” on May 13 before listing some of the changes he would make to the service.
First, he said: “Gonna substitute the board of directors by Jimmy from my corner Fish Fry and Tommy Chung, and tha guy w/ the ponytail on CNBC.” I believe he is referring to Tommy Chong of Cheech & Chong fame. He, like Snoop, is partial to fancy cigarettes that the police hate so much. Then: “First line business.” Fly free with us! 29 dollars per hour is a bullsh*t. It’s great to see.
Snoop declared then that everybody would be given a checkmark if he was in charge of Twitter. This would allow them to prove that they are the people they claim to be. This is an excellent policy. Strangely, people can’t get verification quickly, which leaves them open to being manipulated. Also, such an approach would eliminate the numerous bot accounts that plague the platform. I have a little blue tick in my account, and I’m not anybody – so anyone should be allowed to get this.
Twitter is currently in a “will-he-or not-he” relationship with Elon Musk, a known lover of space travel and cars that can be so quiet they can run over you before you even hear them. The South African businessman might or may not purchase the platform – at this time, so Snoop – who recently joined Faze Clan — is rushing in with his plans for a takeover. However, it’s worth noting that Musk has a net worth exceeding $260 billion while Snoop Dogg… does not. According to the internet, he is worth approximately $150 million. This means that he doesn’t have enough capital to purchase Twitter. He wouldn’t, anyway. These are tweets that should not be taken seriously, as I mentioned.
They’re still a lot of fun. Everyone could use a good laugh. This has made me laugh, and I hope you do too. Snoop is now 50 years old, which is roughly seven to eight years for larger-breed dogs. Here’s some truth. You can do whatever you like with it.