Snoop Dogg reveals that he actually smoked pot at the White House. Before visions of Snoop, Obama, and other heads of state passing around a lit blunt dance in your head, Snoop claimed he was alone in the bathroom when he lit up a joint, according to the Huffington Post on July 23.
Snoop Dogg was Jimmy Kimmel's guest when he came out with this reveal after Kimmel asks him if he has ever gotten high at the White House. "In the bathroom. Not in the White House, but in the bathroom," Snoop clarified.
The rapper said that when he asked to use the bathroom the security guys wanted to know if he was going to do number 1 or number 2. He told them that he was getting ready to do number 2 and when he does that he needs to light something for the aroma. The guys, which Snoop said were the CIA or FBI, told him he could light a napkin.
Then Snoop took a puff of a blunt and said to Kimmel, "the napkin was this." Kimmel wasn't buying this story right away and asked Snoop, "did this actually happen." Snoop replied that it "actually happened." That is when Kimmel said "This is some story."
Fox News reports that Snoop revealed he smoked weed at the White House, but they didn't go on to say that they doubted his story. The Huffington Post reports that they found a few "pot holes in his story."
For some reason celebrities find it cool to do these things with the president in the house. In 2009 actor David Cross claimed to have snorted cocaine at the White House, just 40-feet away from the president. He said he did that under the table at the White House Correspondents Dinner.
Don't forget when Willie Nelson smoked pot on the roof of the White House during the Jimmy Carter days, reminds Fox News. Maybe this is the equivalent to the mile-high club when flying. If you're a celebrity, are you are honor bound to find a place to light up while visiting the White House?
You have to admit that if anyone would attempt to light one up in the White House bathroom, that would be Snoop Dogg. He was at the White House last year for the 36th Annual Kennedy Center Honors in 2013.