|Snoop Dogg with his son enjoying marijuana|
The family that smokes marijuana together stays together, according to Snoop Dogg. Snoop Dogg is defending his controversial photo with his 18-year-old son Corde that he tweeted on September 13, which shows him lighting up a marijuana joint from his father.
In a new interview, the rapper said: "My children can do whatever they want with me, to say otherwise would be hypocritical. Many fathers do not have a relationship with their children, and that's when they do drugs, have suicidal thoughts and drive drunk. Me and my son are smooth. I'm his father, so I want to show him the right way because he looks up to me. What better way to get that from the teacher?"
It seems Corde is a star pupil. When the reporter arrived at the home of Snoop Dogg for the interview, the young man was sitting in the backyard rolling joints. Getting high is not only a hobby of Corde, who wants to be a rapper like his famous father.
However, do not expect Snoop to achieve that with a snap of the finger and make it happen. "He is getting there slowly," Snoop said of his eldest son. He also has a son Cordell, 15, and daughter Cori, 13.
Corde has already written songs titled "Rollin, Rollin, Rollin ... Stoned" and "Commemoration vaporization."
"I see myself in him, but he has to walk in his own shoes," Snoop said.