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Snoop Dogg throws first pitch at MLB game in Milwaukee before a hilarious cameo in the booth

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The American rapper took a tour of the Brewers clubhouse.

Snoop Dogg was seen throwing out the first pitch at the Milwaukee Brewers’ stadium this weekend, while making a hilarious cameo in the booth during a game against the Cincinnati Reds.

Preparing for his role as NBC’s primetime correspondent for the Paris Olympics next month, the 52-year-old rapper was at American Family Field ahead of a highly anticipated performance at Milwaukee’s Potawatomi Casino Hotel on Saturday.

True to form, she delighted fans by showing off dance moves from the music video for her 2004 hit single ‘Drop It Like It’s Hot’ while taking the mound.

Snoop Dogg, whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., also took a tour of the Brewers clubhouse before the game, which included taking a photo with star catcher William Contreras and first baseman Rhys Hoskins.

He also signed a bat and ball, respectively, for second baseman Brice Turan and manager Pat Murphy, and took time for a FaceTime call with legendary broadcaster Bob Uecker.

He also threw out the first pitch.

Snoop Dogg was at the Brewers’ game against the Cincinnati Reds on Saturday in Milwaukee.

After throwing out the first pitch, Snoop Dogg joined the Bally Sports Wisconsin broadcast with Brian Anderson and Bill Schroeder.

Of many memorable comments, one particularly stood out: he witnessed Reds shortstop Elly De La Cruz make an electric throw to first base.

‘Oh Lord! He’s got a rocket in his pocket,” Snoop Dogg said after De La Cruz threw out the speedy Brice Turang in time for the third out in the bottom of the second.

Snoop Dogg will be in Paris at the end of July for the Olympic Games, as he explores the city’s iconic landmarks and attends competitions and events.

He has already had informal video interviews with several Olympic athletes about their respective sports, including basketball player A’ja Wilson, gymnast Sunisa Lee, skater Jagger Eaton and beach volleyball players Sara Hughes and Kelly Cheng.

“We have different perspectives and points of view,” Snoop Dogg said of the recruited animators.

‘In the world we live in now, it is appropriate for me to give our side of the story, because we have always been a great voice and a great instrument. But we have never been the director. Now I can play the role of conductor.

Following the pandemic-delayed 2021 Tokyo Games, NBC created a new playbook to drum up excitement for this summer’s coverage. The network’s researchers found that people ages 26 to 40 wanted an Olympics that infused more pop culture into everyday conversation.

Singer Kelly Clarkson and NFL legend Peyton Manning will join the sportscaster Mike Tirico in Paris to host the opening ceremony along the Seine, held for the first time outside a stadium. Comedian Leslie Jones will contribute to on-air and social media coverage.

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