Snoop Dogg gets tattooed in honor of the Lakers and pays tribute to Kobe
Through a video posted on his official Instagram account, Snoop Dogg shared the result of his tattoo, which is made up of three main parts
Snoop Dogg shows his passion for the Lakers and gets a tattoo in honor of the team's 17th title. Also, the rapper took the opportunity to pay tribute to Kobe Bryant.
There is no doubt that Snoop Dogg is one of the biggest fans in the NBA, especially the Los Angeles Lakers, and what better way to show your admiration than by getting tattooed in honor of his favourite team.
And is that, after the victory of the Lakers, who managed to consecrate their 17th title last weekend, the interpreter of ‘Ain’t no Fun’ fulfilled his promise and proceeded to tattoo an extensive piece on his right forearm, same with the one that took the opportunity to pay tribute to one of the greatest legends, not only in the history of the team but of the entire NBA, Kobe Bryant.
Through a video posted on his official Instagram account, Snoop Dogg shared the result of his tattoo, which is made up of three main parts: Kobe Bryant’s initials at the bottom, followed by the Larry O ‘championship trophy. Brien and the Lakers logo with background glows, simulating the sky.
“Anything for the Lakers, all for the Lakers, all for the Lakers… Fuck the Clippers. This is championship shit, something the Clippers know nothing about!” continued the rapper, “The Godfather, this is the only man who does my tattoos, the only Mr Cartoon. We, the west, are the best … Fuck off!” Snoop Dogg expressed as he showed the final result of your tattoo.
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Snoop Dogg’s great admiration for Kobe Bryant
It is worth mentioning that this is not the first time that the rapper has shown his passion and affection for the Lakers, especially for Kobe Bryant; Well, after the death of the NBA great last January, Snoop Dogg was one of the celebrities who came together to pay tribute, not to mention that he was also present at the Memorial.
In addition to this, the interpreter of ‘Wild, Young & Free’ did not hesitate to defend Kobe’s name when, after his death, a reporter revived the alleged violation of 2003 by the former player through a television program of the CBS.
“Gayle King, you are out of line with your shit. What do you get with all that? (…) I’m calling you, bitch. How dare you damage the reputations of my people. Respect the family and get away before we go for you, “said the rapper at the time.