But does he have what it takes to be the CEO of Twitter? He says yes.
After news spread on Thursday that the company's current CEO has plans to step down in July, Snoop threw his name into the running of replacements.
Plenty of people seem to be on board with the idea already, taking to Twitter (of course) to envision some of the changes that a Snoop regime would bring. The public support could help him get the gig, sure. But there's one other thing that could help: A good old-fashioned solid resume. And we found his.
Granted, it's not the most professional thing ever. He has pictures of himself at the bottom for some reason, and highlighted all the text in green (except he missed one spot) -- and it's probably safe to say it's not just for money green, but marijuana green, too. But, hey, it does make the text pop off the page.
And it's definitely got us on board with the #SnoopforCEO movement.
OK, this isn't Snoop's real resume, but you have to admit, it probably should look like this.