Snoop Dogg offers hilarious commentary about the Tokyo Olympic Games events equestrian, skateboarding and more

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Snoop Dogg offers hilarious commentary about the Tokyo Olympic Games
events equestrian, skateboarding and more

Snoop Dogg once more proved that there are very few sports events, if any, which can be improved with his commentary. Late Friday’s Snoop Dogg demonstrated that this includes the Tokyo Olympics 2021.

Peacock is NBC Universal’s streaming service. It made the brilliant decision to allow Snoop and Kevin Hart to comment on various events at the Olympics. Hart was also a comedian.

Take a look at the clip below of Snoop performing beatboxing in an equestrian competition and you’ll see that it isn’t amazing television.

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“This horse has been taken off the chain!” Snoop said. Snoop says, “I have to make this m–er video. M–er had slipped off the chain. That is what I want.”

Snoop Hart and Hart shared their age with Amber Ruffin from Peacock TV, discussing the age differences of the athletes participating in the Olympic Skateboard Competition. The women’s street skate competition featured several athletes under 17 years old, such as 13-year-old Momiji Nisha and the silver medalist Rayssa Lee.

Ruffin stated, “These children — I said they were 13 years old, flippin’ and floppin’, fallin’, smackin’ and hurtin’,”

Snoop stated, “And getting right up and going back to it.” They love their sport. They are passionate about their sport.

Hart suggested that the bones of those athletes are “different” at this age. Snoop replied, “Yeah milk does a good body well at that age.”

Those who watched Snoop live on Peacock also noticed he was uncensored, which led to some, ahem, NSFW moments on the air. It’s another reason why Snoop is such an excellent commentator, including the Olympics.

Publié Sun, 01 August 2021 at 00:07.22 (+0000).

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