February 3, 2006, - 4:19 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
* Snoop Dogg
If I had it my way, I’d stay far away from this week’s Super Bowl festivities in Detroit. I hate crowds and congestion, and for the first–and last–time in 40 years, there are both in the nation’s poor, crime-ridden city headed by the Pimp-Daddy Mayor.
But, alas, I had to meet friends in town to cover the game, and then to see my friends at FOX Sports Net’s “Best Damn Sports Show Period” (a show on which I’ve appeared), to which I took my little brother and his friend.
There, we saw the man I consider among the most repugnant in “entertainment” today, Calvin Broadus a/k/a “Snoop Dogg”. He is in town because he is overseeing Saturday’s “Snooper Bowl”, the football championship for kids in the Snoop Youth Football League that he founded and heads.
The sad thing is that Snoopball is on its way to replacing Pop Warner football for kids in inner cities. How nice: Your young boys playing for the former drug dealing Crip and Girls Gone Wild and “Snoop Dogg’s Hustlaz: Diary of a Pimp” host. (Not to mention, Tookie supporter.) Shame on the Detroit Police for allowing its Athletic League to participating in “Snooper Bowl” festivities.
Even sadder: We watched how the crowd of football fans in town for the Big Game all worshipped this unworthy thug with the fanaticism reserved for a real hero, which he certainly isn’t.
When the cold-eyed Snoop Dogg walked by us with his posse of many large thugs, look-alike Crip-types, and assorted unattractive harlots, it reeked like a giant bomb of his signature cologne–Eau de Cannabis–had been dropped on the venue. Blechhhh!
* Cuban Cigars
There are a lot of reports that Super Bowl visitors to Detroit will also go over the border to Canada to partake in, among other things, fully-nude strip bars (known here as “the Windsor Ballet”) and Cuban cigars.
Just a reminder: If you buy Cuban cigars, you are helping to support Communist tyranny, persecution, and brutal repression. Besides it’s still illegal, under American law, to buy Cuban products abroad–and/or to smoke them.
Don’t do it.
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