Snoop Dogg Net Worth: 6 Fan Facts and Other Little Known Things

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Here comes the money… you call him Snoop Dogg!

Snoop Dogg, the man born Cordozar Calvin Broadus, is a one-man cultural phenomenon. With over 30 million records sold, he is a multi-millionaire rapper with enough money to buy, hmm… well, you name it!

He first gained prominence about 30 years ago as a gangster rapper but has since become an indelible part of popular culture and seems always to be on TV; He’s recently appeared as Uncle Fester in the most recent Addams Family movie and there’s a Corona commercial featuring him.

1) Snoop Dogg Net Worth

As of Sep 2022, Snoop Dogg net worth is $150 million. 

In 2007, Snoop Dogg made $1.83 million from the sale of his Claremont, California mansion, that included eight bedrooms and 6,527 square feet of Mediterranean design.

He has also invested $720,000 in a house in Diamond Bar, California, a four-bedroom, 3,808-square-foot residence.

Snoop Dogg has amassed a massive fortune thanks to his career as a rapper, but he has worn many other hats throughout his career. With his net worth and his business empire, he is among the world’s richest rappers. 

While he has a lot of money, he spends like a celebrity too, especially on cars – old school cars, to be precise.

You will find some of the most power-packed, one-of-a-kind, ultra-customized cars in his garage, including a 1967 Pontiac Virizion convertible, Chrysler 300C, 1968 Buick Riviera, and the 1967 Cadillac, to name a few.

2) He’s Got a Diverse Range of Talents

Besides releasing new music, he hosts a regular show on VH1, manages his own investment fund, he seems to have his fingers in many pies.

Interestingly, when famous people branch out into other fields, they risk losing the support of the people who helped catapult them to stardom in the first place.

But up until now, Snoop Dogg has successfully avoided these traps while remaining focused on what made him famous – his rapping.

A little known fact is that he’s also very intelligent, with an IQ of 147.

Yet, it is interesting to get a glimpse into his journey from being an introverted musician to launching multiple businesses with new ventures in the booming cannabis sector.

3) Snoop Dogg’s Early Life

Born in Long Beach, CA, in 1971, Snoop Dogg was raised on the city’s eastern side and when he was 15 he enrolled at Long Beach Polytechnic High School.

Even in his early days, he had an ear for music playing piano at his local Baptist church. Despite the best efforts of his mother, he got involved in gangs at an early age and the experience has stayed with him through his career.

The Los Angeles Times describes the area where Snoop Dogg grew up as “a jumble of window-barred wood-and-stucco bungalows,” giving it a dangerousness rating of 9 out of 10.

Following his high school graduation, Snoop Dogg was repeatedly jailed for drug use and petty crime. The Rollin’ 20 Crips Gang was another group he was involved with in his early days. To escape his problems, he began recording music with his cousin Nate Dogg and buddy Warren G.

4) Career

Snoop got his big break when one of his mix tape fell into the hands of Dr. Dre, who subsequently invited Snoop Dogg to an audition.

From then, they worked together on “Deep Cover” for the film of the same name’s soundtrack and Dre’s debut solo album, 1992’s The Chronic, which became a tremendous commercial success thanks in large part to Snoop’s stellar lyrical performance.

His debut album was the big reason Snoop Dogg’s net worth looks as impressive as it is today. Doggystyle (1993), his debut album, soared to the top of both the hip-hop and top 200 albums lists on Billboard.

Snoop claimed early in 2012 that he was working on his first-ever reggae album, Reincarnation.

Later in 2012, he declared that he was deleting the “Dogg” from his moniker in preparation for his reggae project and rebranding himself as “Snoop Lion.”

However, in 2015, the big “Dogg” in him reclaimed control and changed his name again. He released his first gospel album, “Bible of Love,” in 2018, whereas his seventeenth solo album hit the shelves in 2019.

When you look closely at his impressive net worth, you realize it cannot be just because of music alone. Besides being a rapper, Snoop has directed a series of adult films under the names Snoop Scorcese and Michael J. Corleone.

He has also acted in both natural and fictional characters on screen. Dogg After Dark, Snoop Dogg’s Father Hood, Doggy Fizzle Televizzle, and WrestleMania are just some of the series that Snoop Dogg has presented on television.

A large portion of his wealth also comes from endorsing products like the Boost Mobile, the Orbit Gum Chrysler 200, and St. Ides lines.

In addition, Snoop Dogg has lent his name to various other businesses, including his malt liquor, the Snoop Dogg Board Company, Snoop Dogg’s footlong hot dogs, and several clothing lines.

5) Romantic Life

He tied the knot with his sweetheart from high school, Shante Taylor, in 1997. However, when infidelity allegations surfaced in 2004, their future became uncertain.

They decided to split up later that year and then reconcile four years later. Snoop Dogg revealed that he first sought a divorce.

According to different sources, he has been linked with Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Chavonne Hodges, Aygun Kazimova, and Arnelle Simpson.

6) Controversies

Snoop has been embroiled in many controversies throughout his career, including one that nearly ended his prolific career. 

With a career that began in the 1990s, his music is representative of the stereotypically rude, sexist, demeaning, and misogynistic rap of that time.

He stirred controversy when he said he never regretted those remarks. However, he later said that his wife (his childhood girlfriend Shante Broadus) and the women in his family helped him see the error of his ways.

Snoop enraged women everywhere with a Twitter assault on Australian musician Iggy Azalea. With the caption “Iggy Azalea No Make Up,” Snoop posted a photo of an albino lady wearing cornrows, igniting the feud.

In 2019, after it was reported that Snoop Dogg and Shante Taylor’s marriage had ended, Celine Powell, an Instagram influencer and socialite, claimed that Snoop had an affair with her.

The famous gangster rap musician has had several run-ins with the law and has a conviction for cocaine possession dates back to 1990. He also admitted to having firearms in his possession at the time of the cocaine possession.

Snoop was sued in 2005 after a claimed incident of sexual assault that occurred in 2003 during the filming of Jimmy Kimmel Live.

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