A Houston meteorologist went viral for slipping Snoop Dogg’s lyrics into a recent weather report, only for the rapper himself to repost clips from the broadcast and praise him.
CW39 Houston meteorologist Adam Krueger is known for including lyrics in his live reports.
He sometimes takes requests from his viewers and recently agreed to include some Snoop Dogg lyrics in a broadcast.
During a recent stream, Krueger agreed to work the lyrics of Snoop Dogg’s song Who Am I (What’s My Name) into his stream and seamlessly dropped lines like “Actually, it’s like that, rat tat tat tat” in the descriptions. of weather fronts. and rain forecasts.
Snoop Dogg approved of Krueger’s report, reposting it on his Instagram, writing “Weatherman in one” along with a series of emojis.
Rapper Snoop Dogg praised meteorologist Adam Krueger for putting his lyrics on a broadcast
One of Krueger’s fans asked him to sneak Snoop Dogg into a broadcast and wrote ‘Have you done Snoop Dogg yet? If not, can you please do it?’
The Weatherman said that he had done Snoop before, but was willing to give it another try.
I’ve done it before. ‘Gin and Juice’ back in the day,’ he said in a video featuring his broadcast. Today though, I’m doing Who Am I (What’s My Name), yes, challenge accepted.’
Krueger kicked off the report by saying “From the depths of the sea back to the block” earlier, advising viewers that they could keep up with the weather if they “follow me, follow me, follow me” while flashing their social media handles.
Next, Krueger talked about clearing the clouds and said ‘we’ll break through the fog, we’ll slip through the smog and we can see a little sun coming up this afternoon.’
Then, while talking about the ‘most accurate weather forecaster’ forecasts, he said ‘Guess what? He is me and I am he.
He ended by saying, “We’re going to be hot and humid, with highs in the 80s, guess what, it’s like that, rat tat tat tat.”
Houston meteorologist Adam Krueger is known for slipping letters into his broadcasts.
Krueger advises viewers that they can keep up with the weather if they “follow me, follow me, follow me.”
Krueger spoke about clearing the clouds, saying, “We’ll break through the fog and slide through the smog, and we might see a little sun coming up this afternoon.”
Snoop Dogg wasn’t the only one impressed with Krueger’s performance, with many viewers flocking to the publication to express their praise for the meteorologist’s talents.
‘These meteorologists are of another breed today. One dancing and rapping. This makes the weather snoop,” wrote one user.
“He’s having too much fun as a meteorologist,” said another.
‘Did you really say ‘rat tat tat tat’ on live TV? WOW! I love it,’ one user commented on a TikTok clip of the broadcast.
His fans have asked him to do a number of other rappers, as well as asking him to sneak lines from TV shows like Schitt’s Creek and Seinfeld into a broadcast.
Krueger has slipped song lyrics and movie lines into countless streams, each posting to his Instagram account.
Other musicians he has played include George Strait, Eminem, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Beyonce.
Movies he’s done include Wayne’s World, Forest Gump, Dumb and Dumber, and he’s even done things like include the names of US Presidents, along with elements from the periodic table.