Snoop Dogg gives his full-time blunt roller a raise due to inflation Snoop Dogg had previously been paying the blunt man $40,000 to $50,000 a year, but he tweeted last week that he's upped the salary to an undisclosed amount.

Snoop Dogg gives his full-time blunt roller a raise due to inflation

Snoop Dogg gives his full-time blunt roller a raise due to inflation

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Snoop Dogg had previously been paying the blunt man $40,000 to $50,000 a year, but he tweeted last week that he's upped the salary to an undisclosed amount.

A MARTINEZ, HOST:

Good morning. I'm A. Martinez. The price of everything is going up - gas, groceries and, if you're Snoop Dogg, the salary of your personal blunt roller, too. Yeah, Snoop was paying someone 50 grand a couple years ago. But he says inflation called for a raise, and that's on top of all-expenses-paid travel with the D-O-double G. Listen, Snoop. We can't roll weed for you, but if you're looking for news, public radio is here for free. It's MORNING EDITION.

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