There's yet another place rapper Snoop Dogg says he's smoked marijuana: the White House.
The rapper, whose marijuana use and advocacy has become a well-known part of his act over the years, made the confession on his "GGN: The Double G News Network"
YouTube show Tuesday to late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel, who came on as a guest.
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The ABC star, who often features segments of GGN on his show, asked Snoop Dogg, for his first question, if he'd ever lit up at the White House.
"In the bathroom, not in the White House, but in the bathroom," Snoop told him.
He told Kimmel that he asked if he could use the bathroom for a minute, to which Kimmel replied, "You asked the first lady?"
Snoop said, no, the "CIA. Or the FBI. The alphabet boys."
"And they said, 'What are you gonna do, No. 1 or No. 2?' I said, 'No. 2,' " he told Kimmel.
"So I said, 'Look, when I do the No. 2, I usually, you know, have a cigarette or light something to get the aroma right.' And they said, 'Well you know what? You can light a piece of napkin.' I said, 'I'll do that.' And the napkin was this," he explained, taking a big puff of what appears to be one of the "blunts" that he holds and smokes while he records his YouTube show.
Kimmel laughed, and replied, "This is some story."
The rapper didn't specifically say when he'd smoked marijuana at the White House, or what president was in office, and did not imply that President Barack Obama was anywhere nearby.
But USA Today
confirmed that Snoop Dogg was at the White House just ahead of the Kennedy Center Honors in December.
He's not the only musician to admit smoking dope at the White House. Country star Willie Nelson once admitted to CNN
to having a joint on the roof of the White House while former President Jimmy Carter was in office.
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