Snoop Dogg Instagrams his arrest in Sweden
Iconic rapper Snoop Dogg got into some trouble while driving in Sweden after police suspected that the musician (and wannabe Twitter CEO) might be under the influence of an illegal substance, briefly arrested him, and made him urinate (for a drug test), according to the Agence France-Presse. He was then released.
This is not even close to the first time Dogg, whose songs include "Smokin' On," "This Weed Iz Mine," and "Smokin' Smokin' Weed," has been detained for this reason.
In fact, it's not even the first time he's been arrested in Sweden, but it seems as though it might be the last, as according to a series of Instagram videos he took as the incident was unfolding, he won't be returning to Sweden ever again:
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