Obviously, Brady has been all over the news lately, between his highly-publicized divorce from super model Gisele Bundchen, the Antonio Brown drama, the Bucs sub-par play, and that crazy New England Patriots blunder this past Sunday, but then, they got into Snoop’s other favorite topic… weed.
That’s when Brady hit Snoop with the million dollar question:
“Snoop, what was the most stoned you’ve ever been in your whole life?”
Without hesitation, Snoop said ol’ Shotgun Willie smoked him under the table:
“With Willie F*cking Nelson.
We was in Amsterdam on 4/20 and he was doing a concert out there. He performed on the 19th and I performed on the 20th. So we went back to his hotel room and we was playing dominoes.
Willie had a vape, a joint, I had a blunt, and he had a pipe. So me and him were playing dominoes one-on-one, he’ whooping my ass and I’m just getting higher and higher and higher.”
What a scene… Amsterdam on 4/20, two respective legends of the hip hop and country music game, and they’re getting high as giraffe balls together, just slinging dominoes.
And Willie whoopin’ ass… oh, to be a fly on that wall.
“And he just keep passing it to me and I’m like, ‘this old motherf*cker’s out-smoking me’ and I’m trying to stop, but I can’t ’cause I don’t wanna show no signs of weakness.”
15 minutes into the session I say, ‘Willie, hey, let’s get something to eat, man.’ And we go to Kentucky Fried Chicken right, and we’re in the back of the van and we go through the drive through.
And when they give us the bucket of chicken, me and Willie both put our hands into the bucket at the same time, and we grabbed the same piece of chicken…
Willie and Snoop are no strangers to working together too.
Here’s a look at some of their best work as collaborators:
Released in 2008 on Snoop’s “Ego Trippin” album, Snoop’s entry in the “country rap” world features vocals by Willie near the end.
This was their first, official collaboration, but something tells me they were in each other’s smoke ring orbit at some point before then.
The music video for this one shows footage of Willie and Snoop brushing shoulders at various times in their careers. And unlike “My Medicine,” “Superman,” released on Snoop’s 2008 album, “Doggumentary,” is much more of a Willie Nelson song featuring Snoop than the other way around.
“Roll Me Up”
I’ve heard this one so many times, and I never realized that Snoop Dogg was on the original, studio recording. A popular pick at concerts, Willie released this one on his 2012 album, Heroes.
The original also features Kris Kristofferson and Jamey Johnson, an epic collab with a few artists who agree with Willie’s defiant take on mortality.