Snoop and Corde bonding with a bong. (Instagram)
And it seems Corde is an apt pupil. When the THR reporter arrived at Snoop's home for the interview, the teen was sitting in the backyard rolling joints. But getting high isn't Corde's only pastime (although it seems like it, judging from his Twitter feed) — he wants to be a rapper like his famous father. Still, don't expect Snoop to just snap his fingers and make it happen. "He's getting there," Snoop says of his oldest child (he also has son Cordell, 15, and daughter Cori, 13), who has already written songs titled "Rollin, Rollin, Rollin … Stoned" and "Commemoration of Vaporization." "I see myself in him, but he needs to walk in his own shoes."
Up in smoke. (The Hollywood Reporter)
For example, Wu-Tang Clan rapper Raekwon recently reached out to Snoop to appear on one of his songs, but there was a slight problem when he heard the track. "He called me and was like, 'I need to get you on this song,'" explains Snoop. "But the thing was, me and him had the same beat from the same producer. So I was like: 'That's your beat. You can have it.' Now I've just gotta find time to give him that verse because I love Raekwon and Wu-Tang."
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