Snoop Dogg Hits The Gridiron In Netflix Series ‘Coach Snoop'

Most people know Snoop Dogg as a rapper, a cannabis enthusiast, an entrepreneur and Martha Stewart’s BFF. But you might not know that he also coaches a youth football team. If you’ve ever wondered what ‘Friday Night Lights’ would be like with Snoop Dogg in it, wonder no more. Netflix has dropped a trailer for their new reality series ‘Coach Snoop’, and you can watch it below:

This isn't the first time that Snoop has talked publicly about his coaching duties. In fact, it’s what prompted him to take a break from cannabis. After a kid on his team told him he smelled like 'my mama's boyfriend’, Snoop decided to take a tolerance break. As he put it in an interview from January 2016:

I stopped smoking from that day for 180 days straight. And it made me a better coach, a better person, and I stopped smoking when I was coaching football. So every year when I coach football around the kids, I don't smoke, so that's three months out of the year that I do that.

Check out the results for yourself when ‘Coach Snoop’ hits Netflix on Friday, February 2.

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A non-profit group of over 150 current and former athletes is calling for marijuana to be removed form the World Anti-Doping Agency's prohibited substances list. Medical marijuana legalization is spreading across the US, but most pro-athletes are still prevented from accessing it. That's because most major sports leagues follow drug guidelines set by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), which bans athletes from using cannabis even outside of competition.

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