Demi Lovato Has A Rule About Smoking Weed In Her House - Unless You're Snoop Dogg

Who would dare tell Snoop Dogg to quit smoking weed in their house?

Certainly not singer Demi Lovato, who revealed on Monday’s The Tonight Show that the video for her hit single ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ was inspired by a wild night of partying featuring the king of cannabis himself.

“One day, I was like, I want to have people over. I had just gone through a breakup. I’m newly single. I wanna meet people!” Lovato told Jimmy Fallon.

The singer told her friend Dave O to “just invite people over” and the house was soon busting at the seams with celebrities.

“All of a sudden, a couple hours later, Snoop Dogg was there. Dave O. knows everybody, so French Montana was there and Ty Dolla $ign and Wiz Khalifa and all these people were there. I was like, wait a second, I just wanted to have a couple people over to hang out!”

The next thing Lovato knew, her home was “filled with pot smoke everywhere” – courtesy of you-know-who.

“I was like, no smoking inside! Get out, get out!” she says. “I wasn’t gonna tell Snoop not to smoke in my house, so I was like, ‘Okay, Snoop, do what you want.'”

When Lovato’s chef arrived at her house the next day and joked, “It smells like Snoop Dogg was here,” she responded: “‘No, he literally was! He literally was.'”

h/t People


Lawmakers in Quebec failed to pass a bill that would have increased the minimum age for purchasing and consuming cannabis from 18 to 21 before the end of the legislative session. When the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) was elected to power in Quebec last year, they brought with them a promise to raise the legal age for buying and consuming recreational cannabis. Right now, anyone 18 or older can legally purchase cannabis in Quebec, which is tied with Alberta for having the lowest legal age for recreational cannabis.

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