Snoop Dogg wants to release own dictionary called ‘Doggtionary’

Washington: Rapper Snoop Dogg has revealed that he would like to release his own dictionary and it would be called ‘Doggtionary’.

The 39-year-old rapper said the Doggtionary would give definitions to the unusual words and phrases he uses in his everyday speech.

“Oh that’s dope. I like that. A Doggtionary, where I break down my words, give you a definition and put it in a sentence with a noun, an adverb and an adjective. You might have one there,” Contactmusic quoted him as saying.

The rapper went on to explain the differences between a ‘G’ and a ‘hustla’ as referenced in his song ‘Gz and Hustlas’.

“A ‘G’ is a gangster at all times and he takes what he wants. He doesn’t give a f**k, that’s just how it is and he’s more feared than respected. A ‘hustla’ is one who’s going to get money by any means necessary,” he told a magazine.

Snoop is also famed for using the phrase “fo-shizzle”, which he says means “definite”.

“To me, it just means ‘for sure’ or ‘a definite’. Is everything cool? Fo-shizzle. You feeling good today? Fo-shizzle,” he explained.


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