‘Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party’ Nominated for Emmy

When VH1 announced last year they were pairing up Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg for a cooking variety show, we were more than a little skeptical—what does Martha know about weed? What does Snoop know about fine cuisine? (Well, maybe he knows a lot.)

As the show wrapped its final episode in March, though, we realized how unwarranted that skepticism was: Snoop and Martha were different yet familiar enough to be a pair that contrasts in all the right ways.

And don’t forget the myriad of guest stars that have made their way into the kitchen—Seth Rogen, Jason Derulo, Robin Thicke, Ashlee Simpson, 50 Cent, DJ Khaled and many others have dropped in to try the “special” cooking going on.

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Snoop & Martha: Best Buds

How an unlikely friendship budded into TV magic. “Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party” VH1

Here’s a promising candidate for understatement of the year: Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg were both a pretty big deal in the ’90s.

The decade witnessed the launch of the now-famous Martha Stewart Living magazine and television program, which catapulted Stewart’s already-rising profile to full celebrity status. By 1995, her picture graced the cover of New York Magazine, which declared her “the definitive American woman of our time.”

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TO VAPE OR NOT TO VAPE: Cannabis’ Rising New Trend

“Do you smoke?”

“No, I vape.”

In California and across America, it’s a conversation that’s becoming increasingly familiar. According to the second annual State of Cannabis report by Eaze—the Uber of cannabis—vaping products are increasing in popularity more quickly than any other form of cannabis consumption.

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Watch: Exclusive New Trailer for ‘Grow House’

Dear everyone who considers Friday the quintessential stoner film (AKA anyone who’s anyone), do we have some news for you! This 4/20, there’s a new comedy hitting theaters, and it’s by far one of the dankest movies we’ve seen in a long time!

Grow House—written and directed by Friday co-director DJ Pooh (coincidence, we think not!)—is the hilarious tale of two friends, Darius (played by DeRay Davis) and Pat (played by Lil Duval), who decide to turn their love of herb into some actual green by becoming legal medical marijuana ganjapreneurs.

Of course, knowing how to smoke weed doesn’t mean you know how to grow weed—and comedy ensues. Featuring Malcolm McDowell as Dr. Doobie, Snoop Dogg as himself and a cameo by Charlemagne Tha God, Grow House is the stoner flick we’ve all been waiting for since… well… 1995’s Friday.

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Trump Freaks Out over Snoop Dogg’s New Video—and It’s Priceless

Who doesn’t love a Trump Twitter rant, especially when he’s railing against someone in the entertainment industry who could care less what he thinks?

One such rant is underway between the president and everyone’s favorite stoner, Snoop Dogg—so get the popcorn out.

In a new video for Canada’s BADBADNOTGOOD’s “Lavender” (Nightfall Remix), a character named “Ronald Klump,” an obvious satirical Donald Trump presented as a clueless clown, is shot by Snoop Dogg with a Looney Tunes-style gun. BANG! says the little flag that flops out.

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Shots (Symbolically) Fired: Snoop & Trump Clash Over Video

Rapper Snoop Dogg is no stranger to controversy, but a mock assassination of an obvious Donald Trump parody in his recent music video for the song “Lavender” earned him the scorn of the president himself, who somehow managed to find time to respond on Twitter.

Legendary rapper Snoop Dogg has never exactly made a point of watering down his hatred of the police and the current president, nor his love of cannabis. But in his new video for the song “Lavender” – essentially a remix of the track by the Haitian-Canadian producer and DJ Kaytranada and the jazz-hip-hop crossover ensemble BADBADNOTGOOD – he tackles all three subjects with fresh explicitness.

Though the video, with its cast of clowns, the appearance of “Snoop Loops” cereal and numerous Suicide Squad references, feels a bit whimsical, but its message is deadly serious. At one point, a clown (played by prolific actor Michael Rapaport) is pulled over in his car while smoking a blunt and is subsequently shot by a cop.

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