despite what snoop himself has said–that he is a grown adult with kids and that peace is good and violence is bad–or what the public may speculate–that hes just trying to sell records and drum up p.r.–the truth is is that snoop has discovered what everyone already knows… that cats are cooler than dogs.
some may argue that branding is bullshit, but what really matters is that snoop lion has come to his senses. together we purr–cats rule, dogs drool!
peep his first track under his cat-ified moniker, “la la la”…
we now (always had) have the powers to deliver something while saying its something else. but what does it mean when we can create any “thing” and say it is whatever we want it to be?
i mean… what then is the difference between a holographic tupac and a elvis impersonator? or a metallica cover band? or for that matter, a fedex delivery guy who claims he used to start for the yankees? what if i told you this blog was actually written by a real human being?
though the reaction that followed was a seemingly divide between gangsta tweens and jokesters and dissenters, rumors spread that they would be taking this holographic handjob on the road. which would definitely have to be filed under the biggest scam in all of the history of the universe. talk about devaluing a legacy for the sake of capitalistic greed and inappropriate use of technological trickery and mass manipulation madness.