Snoop Dogg Donates Meals to Frontline Medical Workers at Hospital Amid COVID-19 Crisis
Superstar rapper Snoop Dogg showed sweet kindness after teaming up with some food service providers to feed Health workers!
While a lot of people are working towards the eradication of the novel Coronavirus by staying at home and exercising social distancing, some are at the frontline of medical provisions.
The frontliners are health workers who constantly put selfless efforts in treating COVID-19 patients and battling the viral infection. Many celebrities see these good works and show affection and support at different times.
Snoop Dogg was involved in a little hassle with star anchor Gayle King for some comments she made about late basketball icon, Kobe Bryant.
This time, A-list rapper Snoop Dogg took it upon himself to provide hot meals for the medical workers at Long Beach Memorial Hospital.
Snoop teamed up with the delivery service company, "Postmate," and media agency, "MerryJane," to help carry out the thoughtful service.
On his Instagram page, the "Doggumentary" crooner shared a photo that showed some health workers in blue scrubs wearing face masks and showing their food packages for the camera.
Since the lockdown has been on, many fans have gotten on TikTok and livened things up with different fun activities and hit songs.
As reported by BET, one of Snoop's fans' decided to do a remake of the star rapper's 1993 hit single, "Gin and Juice." The tik-toker refixed the song's lyrics and gained some "pats on the back."
Fans would reckon that besides his top-charting songs, the 48-year-old rapper is known for being an internet sensation, and according to BET, he recently went under fire after making some comments about R&B star, Ari Lennox.
The "Drop It Like It's Hot" star came across a video of Lennox trying on a lace wig, and he shared his thoughts. Snoop Dogg commented on the post:
"Grow your own hair, what happened to those days."
This, however, did not sit well with Ari because, on the contrary, the songstress is usually seen wearing her natural hair. Lennox replied with an old photo of Snoop rocking a blond bob wig.
Before this, Snoop Dogg was involved in a little hassle with star anchor Gayle King for some comments she made about late basketball icon, Kobe Bryant. The media mogul, however, later came out to publicly apologize to King.
A Daily Mail report shared that once while the "Gin and Juice" rapper appeared on "The Red Table Talk," he explained that his mom was not happy about how he reacted to the Gayle King issue, and this made him apologize to her.
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