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Snoop Dogg Delays Hollywood Bowl Show Amidst Actors' Strike: Demands Fair Streaming Pay



Hey there, music and movie buffs! It seems like the legendary Snoop Dogg is making some noise in the entertainment world. Hold on to your hats, because he's postponing his Hollywood Bowl concert in Los Angeles. But don't worry, folks, it's all for a good cause.


So, here's the scoop - Snoop Dogg was all set to put on a show to honor his debut album "Doggy style" which is turning the big 30 in November. But guess what? The actors and writers in Hollywood are on strike, and our man Snoop decided to stand by his fellow artists and join the movement. Solidarity, baby!


In a cool Instagram post, the rap icon explained the situation like a true wordsmith. He said, “We regret to inform you that due to the ongoing strike and the uncertainty when this will be over, we need to cancel the Hollywood Bowl show.” Ah, bummer, right? But hey, we can't blame the guy. He's supporting the Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) in their fight for a fair deal.

Snoop dogg Instagram post link

https://www.instagram.com/snoopdogg/?utm_source=ig_embed&ig_rid=46b73416-239c-404b-9544-ccfd29d3fd36

Remember that concert he was going to do with Dr. Dre in June. Yep, that's also on the back burner now. It's like Snoop's schedule is on a rollercoaster ride. Someone get him a planner, ASAP!



Now, let's dive into the streaming drama. It seems like the folks in charge of the streaming platforms have been hiding their wallets from our beloved artists. Snoop called them out, saying, “The streaming gotta get their sh-- together because I don’t understand how the f--- you get paid off of that sh--." Tell it like it is, Snoop!


Apparently, the amount of music Snoop's fans stream is through the roof, but the money he's making is, well, not adding up. What's up with that, streaming peeps? He wants answers, The streaming industry needs to cough up the dough so our artists can buy some more bling and fancy snacks.


Snoop even compared this whole mess to actors being underpaid. It's like Hollywood's gone budget shopping, and nobody's happy about it! Back in the day, things were simpler - you sell a bunch of CDs, you get paid. Now, with all these streaming hours, it's like chasing a squirrel in a marathon.


But you know what? We're with Snoop on this one. The artists deserve a fair deal. They're working hard to entertain us, and we can't let them struggle like a toddler trying to tie shoelaces. “In the box office, if it does all these numbers, you make it up, ‘Oh, it did this many, here’s another check.’ But on streaming, you got 300,000 hours that somebody watched your movie, where’s the money?" It's like playing hide-and-seek with their paychecks.


So, let's all hope that the folks at AMPTP and the unions can come to an agreement soon. Time to break out the negotiating table and some strong coffee! We want to see Snoop and his fellow artists back in action, doing what they do best - making us smile, dance, and forget our worries for a while.


Until then, keep your eyes peeled for updates and keep groovin' to those classic Snoop tunes. “One plus one ain’t adding up to two.” We're all counting on you, Snoop.

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