Andrew Tate, known for his controversial online presence, has recently sparked a debate by suggesting a connection between his tweet and rapper Snoop Dogg's surprising announcement about quitting smoking.
Renowned rapper Snoop Dogg, famed for his affection for marijuana, sent shockwaves across the internet by declaring his decision to give up smoking.
In a recent tweet, the 52-year-old icon stated, "I am giving up smoking. After much consideration & conversation with my family. I have decided to give up smoke." He also urged for privacy regarding this decision.
I’m giving up smoke. pic.twitter.com/DDVl9Syixw— Snoop Dogg (@SnoopDogg) November 16, 2023
Tate, a social media personality with a substantial following, posited a correlation between his tweet and Snoop Dogg's announcement. He shared two screenshots on X (Twitter); one of his own tweet reading, "Weed. Oh, you mean… Gay," and another capturing Snoop Dogg's declaration. Alongside the images, Tate captioned, "I am just getting started."
The controversial claim swiftly gained attention, amassing 5.5 million views within hours. However, many online users dismissed Tate's assertion. One commenter stated, "Snoop don't know you, little bro," while another suggested, "Your next move should be to call cigars gay as well."
Tate's assertion has ignited widespread debate online, raising questions about the influence of social media personalities on high-profile figures like Snoop Dogg.