Snoop Dogg got into his acting bag at a recent party and had a little fun with his Domino: Battle of the Bones co-star TyQuan Givens.
In a quick skit posted to Instagram on Tuesday night (January 23), Snoop accused Quan of owing him money and threatened to beat him before bursting into laughter together.
“You got a lot of nerve showing your face at my party and you owe me money, n-gga,” Snoop said, to which Quan replied: “Unc, I’ma pay you back!”
“I don’t wanna hear all that shit,” Snoop retorted. “Turn these cameras off. I’ma fuck this n-gga up. Turn the camera off, punk!”
You can watch the light-hearted moment below:
In more serious acting news, Snoop Dogg recently revealed he’s planning on turning his GGN series into a movie similar to the Anchorman films.
During a conversation with actor Slink Johnson earlier this month, the Long Beach rap legend talked about his plans for the future of the popular online show.
“GGN has 400 or something episodes that I shot since day one. It’s time for GNN the movie,” he said.
He also claimed that the YouTube series helped pave the way for podcasts, saying: “I’m in a lane that has called itself podcasts. When I created GGN, there was no things called podcasts.
“So now it looks like I’m imitating or I’m trying to get in a lane of others, in which I actually helped create this lane, but I’m not the credit guy.
“So I’m just gon’ flip it into a movie on some Anchorman shit, like the comedy movie with me playing Nemo Hoes,” he added, referencing the moniker he adopts for the show.
Snoop’s role in a potential movie would likely be similar to Will Ferrell as Ron Burgundy, who serves as an anchorman for a fictional local San Diego television station.
Snoop Dogg has over 50 acting credits to his name, with his most recent in the 2023 House Party reboot alongside Tosin Cole, Jacob Latimore, Karen Obilom, D.C. Young Fly and Kid Cudi.
One of his next gigs includes the lead role in the sports comedy film The Underdoggs, which is set to be released on Amazon Prime Video on January 26.
Directed by Charles Stone III, the movie also stars Tika Sumpter, Andrew Schulz, Mike Epps and George Lopez.