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Lil Rel Howery and Josh Brener star in the buddy comedy that follows two best friends who both have recently broken up with their girlfriends.

What can't Snoop Dogg do?! Headkrack​ has the details of when you can see Snoop on 'The Voice' + all the new music releases that dropped today!

According to the New York Post, on his final day in office, Donald Trump officially commuted the sentence of Harry O, whose real name is Michael Harris, after it was revealed that former Death Row artist and Hip-Hop legend Snoop Dogg had been secretly lobbying at the White House for Harris's release. Snoop, who has been an outspoken critic of Trump and his administration, had reportedly called the move a "Godsend" before thanking the administration for serving his longtime friend justice.

Things between the two went left after Snoop Dogg left the G.W.O.A.T. off his All-Time Top 10 Rappers list a few weeks back during an interview with The Breakfast Club.

Even though the Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. fight was more like a hugging competition one shining light was Snoop Dogg’s commentary. It seems we will see hear more blow by blow narration from The Doggfather. As spotted on TMZ the Long Beach native is getting is aiming to bring the sport to life in […]

Sitting in a chair while the Chicano artist goes to work on his arm, Snoop looks into his camera phone and proudly states "Anything for the Lakers" and immediately taking a shot at Kawhi Leonard's team stating, "F*ck the Clippers."

"There's a few people from the '80s that he couldn't f*ck with," Snoop says of Em.

The highly anticipated battle between DMX and Snoop Dogg went down and they definitely went hard for the culture. On Wednesday (Jul 22), the battle of the dogs took place, with the high energy event opened with DMX kicking off the ceremony with a heartfelt prayer. Starting the event with the classic records that changed that game, Snoop dropped the breakout track that put him on everyone's radar, “Deep Cover”. Not one to start slow, DMX countered with his energetic and gritty intro to his classic album, It's Dark and Hell Is Hot. 

Snoop Dogg may be blessing fans with a new collaboration with Dr. Dre and Kanye West, but the project has left some fans calling the Cali legend out. On Sunday (Jun 28), Snoop Dogg took to Instagram to share news that he was in a studio session with Kanye West and Dr. Dre over the weekend, presumably to work on the highly anticipated sequel to Jesus Is King, which Kanye recently confirmed is coming soon. In the video, Snoop gives fans a preview before noting that the music he was previewing was from Kanye.