Snoop Dogg Admits To Performing ‘Dirty’ Versions Of Songs For Five-Year-Olds At A Bar Mitzvah

Leena Nasir Entertainment Reporter
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Snoop Dogg admitted to performing uncensored versions of his songs in front of children as young as five at a bar mitzvah, during a recent interview for the Musicians on Musicians issue of Rolling Stone.

The famous artist sat down with rapper Latto for the segment, telling her about how he went against a fleeting moment of better judgement when he performed at a Jewish coming-of-age celebration where young kids were present.

“No, for real. I did a bar mitzvah for some kids that was, like, five years old. I’m doing the radio version. They doing the motherfucking dirty version,” Snoop Dogg said. “So I’m like, ‘Fuck it, we going to go dirty.'”

Snoop Dogg made the comments while discussing the business side music industry.

“You’re going to have opportunities where somebody’s going to book you for a wedding that’s going to pay you more than you getting paid on stage,” Snoop said.

“Bar mitzvah money,” Latto responded, which immediately sparked the conversation about the party where Snoop chose to perform the explicit lyrics that his young audience clearly already knew. (RELATED: Snoop Dogg Says He’s Afraid Of Horses)

Snoop Dogg didn’t indicate when the party took place, or how the parents responded to his uncensored performance