Snoop Lion — Always Bet On Green


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Snoop Lion has made it clear — he”s no longer accepting cash money payments … and instead all debts can be paid in a different kind of green. Giant, fat, stinky buds of green.

We mean marijuana … just in case that wasn”t clear.

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