Snoop Dogg and Jack in the Box have unveiled additional menu items that fans can enjoy alongside the rapper’s “Munchie Meal” in recognition of a new pop-up location in his honor. According to Jack in the Box, fans of both the West Coast rap legend and the California-based restaurant chain can enjoy new menu items dedicated to Tha Doggfather.
These items include Snizzacks and Sidez, Curleez, Jalepenizzle Poppers, Bizurgers, and Tasty Mothercluckers, which are Jack in the Box chicken sandwiches.
All of these items will be sold at Dogg in the Box, which is a 24-hour pop-up restaurant in Inglewood, CA that is completely immersed in the spirit of Snoop Dogg. The pop-up will be open until Sunday (July 2).
While at the royal purple-themed pop-up spot, fans of Snoop will be able to listen to a mix of his classic records, buy limited edition merchandise, and sit on his throne while admiring murals of him, Jack Box, and his famous lowriders.
Fans will also be able to nab a free Vanilla Snoopadelic Shake with the purchase of a “Munchie Meal” which was unveiled last month. The meal includes a Spicy Sauced & Loaded Chicken Sando, one taco, Seasoned Curly Fries, and a large fountain drink.
Snoop put the finishing touches on the meal by introducing the Baked Brownie, which fans couldn’t help but wonder if it contained weed after the company posted the official commercial with Jack Box and Snoop on Instagram back in June.
“Is the brownie infused?” one fan asked, while another commented: “Gotta love how Snoop got the brownie, wouldn’t be surprised if it had a Lil something in it.”
The “Munchie Meal” is available at all participating Jack in the Box locations until August 6. Meanwhile, Snoop Dogg recently honored his friend and frequent collaborator Dr. Dre with a coveted award.
Last month, the “Drop It Like It’s Hot” rhymer attended the ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards Celebration of 50 Years of Hip Hop in Los Angeles, where he presented Dre with the inaugural Hip Hop Icon Award.
“There is nobody like Dr. Dre,” said Snoop. “It’s almost unfair how many times he’s revolutionized music. If Dre had only been a member of N.W.A, we’d still remember him forever. If he had only given us The Chronic, he’d still be a Hip Hop legend.
“He’s earned eight Grammys, sold millions of records, and founded some of the most successful music businesses, but Dr. Dre has never stopped working. [He] never stopped pushing the music forward. And I can honestly say that Dr. Dre has changed my life in so many ways.”
“There’s a reason why I keep coming back to Dr. Dre,” Snoop continued, briefly touching on the dynamic duo’s bond. “We make magic together. We’ve been doing this shit for over three decades, and we’re still at it. Trust me, the best is yet to come.”
The Aftermath Entertainment founder echoed similar remarks himself, during his acceptance speech. “Can you imagine how difficult it is to maintain a friendship in this business for 30 years?” Dr. Dre asked the crowd. “It’s crazy. But that’s my bro!”
The West Coast icon went on to say it was an honor to be recognized as a Hip Hop icon — “someone worthy of respect” — before doing the math where he realized he’s been in the game for “40 of its [Hip Hop] 50 years.”
Source – HipHopDx
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