Snoop Dogg being sued by a Lebanese concert promoter

Lebanese police are reported to have started an investigation after a footage of Snoop Dogg smoking weed at some club in Beirut was featured in the music video for “That’s Tha Homie”.

Kalaouz claims Snoop blazed up some weed in the middle of a concert after-party — which is illegal in Lebanon — and then featured footage of the puff session in a music video for his song, “That’s Tha Homie” (image featured above).

Kalaouz claims Lebanese authorities caught wind of the weed smoking — and launched a criminal investigation into his company … leaving his reputation “severely damaged.” Source

Shu wi2fit 3a Snoop Dogg? The whole country has been high on something over the last few years!

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7 Responses to Snoop Dogg being sued by a Lebanese concert promoter

  1. Life with Subtitles December 17, 2011 at 2:55 pm #

    “Highly damaged” … for smoking weed ? Snoop Dogg ?! I’ll tell you who’s high.. the guy who wrote that sentence !

  2. Cynthia December 17, 2011 at 7:47 pm #

    ya3en loool wlak ne7na waslin la kel shi :P lool even sueing snoop dogg :P

  3. MissDemeanor December 18, 2011 at 3:07 pm #

    Sounds like someone in Lebanese show-biz and concert development doesn’t like Mr.Kalaouz.

    I wonder why the club owners where Snoop lit the deed have not been visited by “Lebanese Authorities”.

    There’s not much love between concert promoters and club owners in Lebanon and 110% this issue has been spurred on by competitors … with more wasta.

  4. BouCha2ra December 19, 2011 at 9:36 am #

    Akid Snoop “Bya3rif 7ada bya3rif 7ada”

  5. Rami December 19, 2011 at 9:38 am #

    LOL @ Bya3rif 7ada bya3rif 7ada!
    I guess this is Skybar right?

  6. simon tadros December 19, 2011 at 4:53 pm #

    hehe mni7 inte ba3dak samed

  7. MissDemeanor December 19, 2011 at 9:19 pm #

    The Snoop has visited the UAE in the past … and has respected the legal norm during that visit without incident,

    So what’s the deal here ? Kalaouz or Skybar to blame for the openly lit up spliff at Skybar?

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