Snoop Dogg Raises His Blunt Roller’s $50,000 Salary

Recent inflation has been a thorn in the side of the average worker and consumer. For Snoop Dogg’s weeder, that meant a pay raise.

Monday, June 6, Twitter account @UberFacts shared a post referencing the person Snoop Dogg would pay five figures to roll up the rapper’s marijuana on a daily basis.

“Snoop Dogg employs a full-time blunt wheeler who earns between $40,000 and $50,000 a year,” the tweet read.

The next day, the California rap legend corrected the post.

“Inflation. Their pay went up!!” Snoop wrote in a retweet of the initial post.

While it’s not abnormal for rappers to have someone in their camp for the sole purpose of rolling weed, Snoop has taken it to the next level. In 2019, he revealed during an episode of The Howard Stern Show that his personal weed roller brings in between $40,000 and $50,000 a year and even enjoys perks like all-expenses-paid trips to travel the world with The Doggfather.

“It’s his JOB, his occupation. On his CV, it is written: ‘What do you do? I’m a blunt roller,” Snoop told Stern. “PBR, professional blunt roller.”

“If you’re good at something I need,” Snoop continued, “I’ll hire you.”

Snoop Dogg isn’t the only rapper to lean on the services of a weeder. In 2014, Waka Flocka Flame said he wanted to hire a blunt roller for an annual salary of $50,000. In 2020, G Herbo also apparently got tired of rolling his own stuff and asked to hire someone to do it for him. He offered a lower salary.

“Who’s willing to make $36,000 a year? I’m willing to pay a motherfucker $100 a day to ride,” the 2016 alum XXL Freshman said in an Instagram video. “That’s all you got ’cause that’s all I got. ‘Cause I let you smoke forever. I love smoking too much to hate rolling that much. Bro, I hate that shit for real, with passion.

Check out Snoop’s tweet below.

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