Snoop Dogg talks about that time he got high at the White House

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To here Snoop Dogg tell it, the White House has gone to pot. At least once when he was there.

While on his internet talk show “Double G News Network” with Jimmy Kimmel, Snoop told about the time he got high at the White House.

Kimmel: “Have you ever smoked at the White House?”

Snoop: “In the bathroom. Not in the White House, but in the bathroom.”

We’re pretty sure that qualifies as being in the White House.

But it gets stranger. To hear Snoop tell the story, if you use the bathroom there, you have to publicly declare your intent before entering. Kind of like pulling a Republican or Democratic ballot in a primary.

Here’s how he said it went down:

“I said ‘May I use your bathroom for a second?’ And they said ‘What are you going to do? No. 1 or No. 2?’ And I said No. 2,” Snoop said. “So I said, ‘Hey, when I do the No. 2, I usually you know, have a cigarette or I light something to get the aroma right.’ And they said ‘you know what, you can light a piece of napkin.’ And I said, ‘I’ll do that.’ And the napkin was this.”

Snoop then takes a few drags of a joint.

Here’s some video of Snoop’s visit in 2013 for the Kennedy Center awards. Judge for yourself if he’s high.

But either way, it appears Secretary of State John Kerry is a pretty big fan. Or is he just being diplomatic?

h/t: The Daily Caller

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