No, Snoop Dogg Was Not Shot Dead

Snoop Dogg was not shot dead at the Super Bowl LVI. The rapper is still alive and recently announced that he is now in charge of Death Row Records.

Dogg and Dr. Dre opened the Super Bowl Half-Time show at the SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California, with their hit classic The Next Episode, before exciting the fans by playing Tupac’s tune, California Love.

Fans inside the SoFi Stadium were having the time of their life with the nostalgic and astonishing performance. The rumors of Snoop’s death might have begun after fans might have confused the news of him acquiring Death Row Records with his death. 

Snoop did land himself in controversy ahead of his performance at Super Bowl 2022. He got sued by a former dancer over se*ual assault allegations. She filed a legal claim in California. Dogg is not yet arrested and has denied the claims, reports BBC.

Rumors Swirl As Snoop Dogg Acquired Death Records: Was He Arrested?

Snoop Dogg acquired Death Row Records from the MNRK Music group. The terms of the deal were undisclosed, but according to Variety, his acquisition of the brand is one of the initial parts of a transaction where he will gain some of the label’s music rights.

Dogg will acquire some of his music rights as well as some of the other unspecified artists. The deal is expected to wind up in the coming weeks. 

The news appeared just a few days before his epic Super Bowl Half-Time show on Sunday. Snoop is releasing “B.O.D.R.”, his new album, on Friday. 

Snoop Dogg Superbowl Half Time Performance Details Revealed

The three titans of Los Angeles rap, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, and Kendrick Lamar performed at the Super Bowl Half Time Show at the SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California, reports The New York Times.

Eminem, Mary J. Blige, and the surprise guest 50 Cent joined them to deliver a history-making and nostalgic halftime special. The star-studded lineup is being considered as one of the greater halftime shows in Super Bowl history.