Snoop Dogg is maturing like a fine wine. The Incredible Rapper, 49, flaunted his inconsistent silver hair in another Instagram photograph on Tuesday morning, which was inscribed, "Late night work". Snoop, who had his long, dull hair tied back (his go-to haircut), even wore a salt and pepper goatee.
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The rapper was dressed to intrigue and trickle in gold precious stones while in the studio. He wore two precious stone pendants around his neck – one of which incorporated an MTV logo, which coordinated with his gold belt. Snoop had on some dim pants, a red tee, and an animation logo aircraft coat. The hitmaker presented with a poker face while he remained before studio hardware.
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This isn't the first run through Snoop has shaken his normal silver hair. Back in February of 2020 — not long before the COVID-19 pandemic started in the U.S. — the "Gin and Juice" rapper displayed his incomplete dim do' at Floyd Mayweather's 43rd birthday celebration in Los Angeles. At that point, Snoop was shot external Boulevard 3 in West Hollywood, where he was wearing a highly contrasting tuxedo. He praised his look with a couple of colored shades and precious stones, obviously.
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Snoop joins the rundown of shocking stars (both male and female), who've accepted their silver hair, including Jane Fonda. The entertainer as of late uncovered that she's excited to allow her silver hair to down! "I advise you, I'm so cheerful I let it go dark," she disclosed to Ellen DeGeneres on the February 25 scene of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "Enough as of now with such a lot of time squandered, such a lot of cash spent, such countless synthetics — I'm through with that." Jane initially appeared a dark pixie cut at the 2020 Academy Awards.
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