Snoop Dogg’s Full-Time Blunt Roller Had To Compete In ‘Roll Off’ For Job

Everyone knows that Snoop Dogg loves weed, so much so that he has his own full-time blunt roller. It’s a pretty cushy position, but the woman who was eventually hired to fill the role didn’t get the job easily. Nothing worth having comes easily, we guess!

  1. Renegade Piranha is Snoop Dogg’s blunt roller. Appearing on “The Review” podcast with Yarmacrazy, the self-described “blunt roller to the stars” opened up about how she got the position and just how competitive it was. “I knew a girl that knew the grow that was dealing using Snoop’s Premium Nutrients, which is a brand he has of really amazing premium nutrients for you to grow really amazing… premium things with,” she recalled. “So they were looking for someone to roll up for him, versus them just gifting him all the tree, and the girl – I guess – told these people, like, ‘Yo, I know this chick. She rolls the best blunts. You guys should have her do it.'”
  2. She thought it was a scam at first. In a way, the opportunity seemed too good to be true and she assumed it was BS. Because of this, it took her about a month to pursue it. “So we went, and they had me roll up, and they were like, ‘Oh, you’re great, blah blah blah, how would you upgrade the blunt?'” she shared. “And there was glass tips on the table, because typically people use glass tips for joints only, so the suggestion was, ‘Why don’t we use glass tips on the blunt?'”
  3. The next day, she went back for a “roll off.” Renegade was up against two other people to be Snoop Dogg’s full-time blunt roller. However, she was ultimately victorious. “I had a roll off with a sound engineer that works with Snoop, that I guess Snoop kind of recommended, and then a Venezuelan cigar roller who rolls big boy stogies at parties,” she said. “And I smoked them, to say the least, in that competition. So from that day forward, I was the premier blunt roller of the planet – blunt roller to the stars now.”
  4. So wait, why does Snoop Dogg need a blunt roller anyway? While he could theoretically do it himself, the rapper told “The Howard Stern Show” in 2019 that he “doesn’t have time.” In the same interview, he shared that he pays his employee “somewhere between $40,000 and $50,000 a year.” That’s pretty great! He even offers “all paid expenses” and a “free week.”
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