Snoop Dogg joins Super Bowl 50 final media session

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Snoop Dogg is in the house, ladies and gentleman.

The legendary rapper stole the show from Broncos players during the final media session ahead of Sunday’s Super Bowl 50.

The rapper whose real name is Calvin Broadus wooed everyone during Peyton Manning’s last podium appearance, reports Daily Mail.

Snoop Dogg donned the role of an interviewer this time. With his pep talk and fun antics, the rapper impressed everyone present.

He first started off with Peyton whom he politely asked: “Can I get a 50 per cent discount on Papa John’s pizza when I enter the state of Colorado?”

Manning, who owns 21 of the pizza giant’s franchises in Denver said, “Absolutely.”

Snoop also asked Manning if he would get any advice from father Archie and younger brother Eli before the game with the Carolina Panthers.

Saying that he always enjoys his conversations with his dad and Eli before games, Peyton further added: “I had dinner with Eli the other night and we talked about a lot of other things. Certainly, it helps that he had played against (Carolina) earlier in this year and the routine he had set up. My dad is always a great sounding board for me. I’m grateful to have both to be able to talk to.”

The rapper then continued interviewing other players too like Aqib Talib.

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Snoop was also seen sharing jokes with the Carolina Panthers.

The aura of the musician was seemingly visible as the players jostled for space to take selfies with him.

“I have to get a picture with Snoop. He was my idol growing up,” said Tyler Polumbus.

Broncos’ Ronnie Hillman had some very kind words to say about Snoop.

“He changed my life,” Hillman said. “Once I started playing on those teams, I stopped getting in trouble and focused on ball.”

Ronnie used to play on the youth football teams managed by the 44 year old musician.

Demaryius Thomas couldn’t believe that he was actually being interviewed by the legendary rapper.

“I never thought I’d be interviewed by Snoop,” Thomas said. “t was cool. He asked some good questions.”

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