Snoop Dogg is back to his usual Instagram antics. After sharing a video of his nitric-filled trip to the dentist, the D-O-Double-G has returned with another comedic clip. This time, the West Coast OG claims he was pulled over by police with YoungBoy Never Broke Again – although it appears the stunt was simply part of a music video.
“Look who pulled me over, man,” he says in the clip. “I got pulled over by the police … and him. Good thing I know him or I’d be going to jail. Got the young homie with me ridin’ now. He ain’t got nothing on him. I ain’t got nothing on me. We good, let us go [laughs].”
He added in the caption, “Let us go.”
Another clip of Snoop and YoungBoy on set also popped up on Instagram. The straightforward post shows the two rappers posing for the camera with Snoop’s middle fingers in the air.
Snoop and YoungBoy are clearly working on a some new music together. As far as what that sounds like remains to be seen. Last month, a clip surfaced of Snoop giving the Baton Rouge rapper some advice during what appeared to be another video shoot.
“You just gotta know how to take it in and roll with it,” he said. “You got it. It don’t come to everybody,”
The Doggfather’s latest single “Nipsey Blue” arrived on August 14 and paid homage to the late Nipsey Hussle. YoungBoy, on the other hand, released his 38 Baby 2 mixtape in April, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
He’s also popped up on several collaborations throughout the year, including Migos’ “Need It,” Future’s “Trillionaire” and the Lil Baby-assisted “One Shot” from the mixtape Road to Fast 9.