Snoop Dogg’s personal blunt roller claims she’s rolled half a million joints for the rapper

I was the premier blunt roller of the planet,” Snoop Dogg’s blunt roller, Renagade PerRana said.

Snoop Dogg’s personal blunt roller has estimated just how many joints she’s rolled for the rapper, revealing on the Kyle and Jackie-O show that the number nears 500,000. The in-house spliff wizard, who goes by the Renagade PerRana, is included on the rapper’s payroll, and claimed on the Australian radio show that she’s rolled nearly half a million doobies for the notorious pothead: “I calculate it at over 450,000. I do about half a pound a day, which is 75 to 150 joints.

The figure aligns with Snoop’s own estimations, with the rapper revealing in a 2013 Reddit forum that he smokes about 81 blunts every day. While that’s an amount that’d make actually counting to 81 seem impossible, PerRana revealed that Snoop never goes anywhere without one of her hand-rolled joints in tow. Elsewhere in the interview, PerRana discussed how she first landed the personal blunt-rolling gig, saying the job arose after she beat two of Snoop’s collaborators in a smoke-off. 

Snoop Dogg Blunt roller
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“I had a roll-off with a sound engineer that works with Snoop … and a Venezuelan cigar roller who rolls big boy stogies at parties,” PerRana said. “And I smoked them, to say the least, in that competition. So from that day forward, I was the premier blunt roller of the planet.” It comes a few months after Snoop revealed that he’d given PerRana a raise to account for inflation, during his response to a June Tweet that estimated her salary at $40,000- $50,000 per annum.  

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Earlier this year, Snoop again made his love of marijuana known with the release of Snazzle Os, a line of weed-infused onion rings produced under his Leafs By Snoop snack company. The THC treat comes in both cheesy and spicy flavours, and adds to the rapper’s increasing alignment with the weed industry following his namesake strain and the release of a weed-inspired cookbook in 2018 titled From Crook to Cook.