Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Oh my god. I have your cooking book now. That's fantastic. Thank you so much. You're welcome. You're welcome. Now, is there pot involved in all of these things? No. Actually, there are no recipes that have marijuana infused-- Aw. I know. I wanted to keep it clean. This is my first book, y'all. I wanted to keep it clean on my introduction. And in the next book, you'll probably do that. Oh, please believe it. Yeah, yeah. You are busier-- could you imagine, when you started out, that your career would not only last this long, but all the different areas that you would go into? Not really, but I've always been like the class clown ever since I was a kid, so I was able to try different things. I was able to be different, and not be afraid to go out on a limb and just put my career, put my life, just put everything out there, and let people know that I don't care about what you feel. I care about what I feel. And sometimes, me feeling good is me expressing myself in different ways and different avenues. And you've done that in so many different avenues. Now you're acting, right? Oh, yeah. Try to do my little thing on screen sometimes. Uh-huh. You did "Law and Order." Yeah. And then you did a movie. Mm-hm. And then-- what do you like better, movies or TV? I think probably TV. It's faster. It's faster, yes, and you can mess up more on TV. Uh-huh. [CHUCKLING] Well, you also-- well, Martha. You and Martha are fantastic together. I love me some Martha Stewart. That is such a great idea. I love me some Martha. How that came about and how I didn't think of it-- I'm mad. [CHUCKLING] You must have so much fun. That's, like, just a joy to do that. I love me some Martha Stewart. She is-- Yeah. She is just a joy to be around. And you wouldn't think of that when you think of Snoop Dogg off the top. But as Snoop Dogg grows into who he becomes, it's just a perfect match. It's holy matrimony and holy macaroni at the same time. Uh-huh. [CHUCKLING] How did the Snoop Dogg meet the Martha? Well, we had a relationship based off me coming on her show once upon a time, and I was cooking some brownies around Christmas. And then that spawned to us doing something for Justin Bieber, his roast. And when we did his roast, she happened to sit right next to me. She got a secondhand smoke contact. And from that contact, we started connecting, and connecting, and we started talking and chopping it up. And before you know it, we was on screen together. Yeah. Well, because that's what y'all had in common. You both enjoy that, right? No. I mean, she enjoys gardening and all of that vegetation, but I do it the other way, you know what I'm saying? [CHUCKLING] Whatever you say. How often do y'all talk? Do you talk every day? I'd probably say probably once a week. Mm-hm. That's fantastic. Now, do you have a house up there also near her? Nah, nah, nah. When I go that way, I like to stay at her house. She got a house. Her house is so big, her horse's house is bigger than my house. Yeah. She's got a lot of horses too. Yeah, she got it going on. Yeah. Congratulations on your star in the Walk of Fame. That was fantastic. [CHEERING] Now. Thank you. That was a great turnout. Let's talk about your speech. Did you work on that? It was-- remind everybody who you thanked. I thanked myself. Uh-huh. [LAUGHTER] The speech was-- it was spur of the moment. I didn't really have time to come up with nothing, because I felt like the people that was there that were instrumental in my life, I wanted to speak to them. And then I wanted to speak to myself, because I felt like I was the one that did most of the work, and I was the one that had to go out on a line, and do it, and make it happen. So I wanted to give myself some credit, because a lot of times, we fail to give ourselves a pat on the back. And I wanted to take that moment to thank myself for doing all of the work that I did to get to that point. Right. Had you not thanked yourself before? Never. That was the first time you thanked yourself. That was the first time I ever thanked myself. I always thank everyone else. Uh-huh. Well, that's true. Now, were you high when you did that? Oh, um. [LAUGHTER] I'm pretty sure I was. Uh-huh. [LAUGHTER] When are you not high? Like, are you high now? Yes. [LAUGHTER] [CLAPPING] Well, actually, let me say this, Ellen. Your bathroom is a nice hot box area. [LAUGHTER] I actually shot some footage in there on my Instagram that you'll be able to look at later on in life. OK. I have to tell you, your bathroom has a direct pipeline into my dressing room, and I was smelling what was happening in there. I was like, Snoop is here for sure. I just wanted to let you know I was in the building. Yeah, I know, I know. All right, teach me a new word, because "fo shizzle" was a word that I learned from you. I think everybody learned from you. What word can I learn from you today? Let's see. What should be the new word? What are the kids saying? I think your new word should be monopolizin'. Oh, I know that word. No, no. It's the difference between monopolizing and monopolizin'. Tell me what monopolizin' is. That means that you're popping off, and you're dropping off, and you get it in, and you're spinning off, and you're doing different things, and you're doing things in different countries. And then you're coming back home, and you're staying on the air for three more years, and you're living your best life at the same time. That's monopolizin'. All right, well. [CHEERING] I'm going to monopolize.