Sure, I had my doubts. The second I opened the email from Snoop, I had the feeling I'd been duped. But come 'on, what's the fun in that? Isn't it better to just go a long for the ride sometimes?
Today SL Trib music writer David Burger posted the article from his email interview with Snoop. One quote seemed to stick out:
"I go in tha booth and I get it done. Clark Kent ain't got nuthin' on me. Ya dig?"
That sounded similar--or rather, exactly the same--as a quote he gave me. Coincidence?
Friend of the Manifesto, Josh Ligairi, said it best:
"Sorry, man. That is the only reason I can see going with the email interview. My guess is that he has about fifty canned answers for his fifty most FAQ and then an intern mix and matches to complete the interview. No offense to Mr. Broadus, but I could tell from his first video with Dre that he wasn't to be trusted. Also, as a married man I have to tell you--when in doubt, always go with the wife."
So I'm disenchanted, disillusioned, disappointment. Tha Doggfather has let me down.