Skip To Content

    Snoop Dogg Interviews The "F*ck It, I Quit" TV Anchor, Promises To Play A Show If Alaska Legalizes Weed

    A match made in sticky-icky heaven.

    In a move we should have all saw coming, Snoop Dogg interviewed Charlo Greene, the former TV news anchor who famously quit her job live on-air to focus on legalizing marijuana.

    View this video on YouTube

    Snoop nabbed "Charlo Sticky-Icky Greene" (as she was introduced) for an exclusive interview on his webcast GGN.

    Together, they are fighting the good fight... to change cannabis culture in Alaska.

    Greene, who is the president and CEO of the Alaska Cannabis Club, told Snoop she wants to change some of her state's marijuana policies: "The police can come up on your house if they think they smell weed. How is that OK? ... I don't want them runnin' up in my house, because it always smells like weed."

    "We need to legalize it," she added.

    Greene talked about Proposition 2, "a ballot to legalize recreational marijuana for people 21 years and older."

    Snoop — who is seen puffing throughout — is all like "yeah."

    He then made Alaska a deal: If they pass Prop 2, he will put on a "wellness retreat" concert in the Land of the Midnight Sun.

    "This is what we're gonna do," he told Greene. "If we get y'all to vote 'yes' on Proposition 2, Snoop Dogg is coming to Alaska to do a concert — a wellness retreat concert — and I'm bringing that California weed with me to celebrate."

    Alaska, ya heard? Your move.