Snoop Dogg’s no dope when it comes to getting viewers’ attention.
The rapper launched “Planet Snoop,” a series in which he bluntly narrates animal scenes in nature on his YouTube channel “Merry Jane” — the same channel Seth Rogen teaches weed lovers how to roll a joint.
It’s a riff on his viral “Plizzanet Earth” videos featured on Jimmy Kimmel’s late-night show.
Each is a parody the BBC documentary “Planet Earth” narrated by David Attenborough.
Fans loved Snoop’s wild segment so much, 60,000 of them signed the petition “Get Snoop Dogg to Narrate Whole Season of Planet Earth.”
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On his first episode — which snagged more than 100,000 views in less than 24 hours — there’s an “epic battle” between a squirrel and snake.
Snoop Dogg launched “Planet Snoop,” a series in which he bluntly narrates animal scenes in nature on his YouTube channel “Merry Jane.”
At first, the famed rapper and marijuana enthusiast puts his money on the snake, but quickly changes his mind when the squirrel suddenly starts attacking the serpent.
“This squirrel is hard. What gang he from?” Snoop diligently notes while smoking a doobie on his couch.
The squirrel continues to viciously sink his teeth into the slithering reptile.
“I got my money on the squirrel. That’s the nut buster right there,” he adds.
The 1 minute and 44 second long video is laced in profanity.
“If he can bust a nut, you know he can bust a snake head open, no problem!”