Hip hop icon Snoop Dogg was pictured posing in a Celtic high alongside his backing dancers after performing in Glasgow final evening.
The megastar was welcomed into town by a bagpipe rendition of his traditional Nonetheless D.R.E on the tarmac as he acquired off his personal jet. The 50-year-old wore the hooped jersey as he partied along with his dancers following his extremely anticipated efficiency.
Pole-dancer Kheanna Walker joined the music legend on stage on the OVO Hydro on Thursday evening, reviews the Daily Record.
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Sharing clips from her efficiency on Instagram, she wrote: “Feeling so many feelings proper now. Thanks to @snoopdogg for giving us a platform to share our artform that we love so passionately on an enormous stage.”
Kheanna posed beside Snoop Dogg and described the present as ‘unforgettable’.
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While on stage the rapper, whose actual identify is Calvin Broadus Jr, sported a paisley-patterned tunic throughout his efficiency earlier than turning into the Celtic high after wowing the group.
When he arrived in Glasgow, the enduring rapper danced on the tarmac draped in a tartan throw.
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