Snoop Dogg says Pete Davidson can't hang while smoking pot

Apparently Pete Davidson can't handle his weed.
This is what Snoop Dogg says, who has smoked marijuana with countless celebrities. The rapper smoked and recounted on E! 'S Nightly Pop on Tuesday when co-hosts Morgan Stewart and Hunter March asked him which of the stars he smoked with couldn't handle it.
"The last person I just gave a blow job with, I knocked off his wig," said Snoop. "I'm supposed to see him again this week, my good friend Pete Davidson."
When Stewart expressed his shock that the SNL star "can't hang," Snoop explained, "He fights and he fights and he fights, then he says, 'Hey man, I'm cool.'"
Speaking of another time he was high with a celebrity, Snoop admitted the last time he got "too high" was when he was in Amsterdam with fellow musician and weed lover Willie Nelson in 2007. The two of them had concerts in town at the time. "I had to stop because he blew me out of the water in terms of performance and performance," he said.
In the interview above, the rapper also talked about his new film Blood Pageant, his secret to a happy marriage and why he bribed his grandson Zion with ice cream.
Nightly Pop airs at 11:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. ET / PT to E !.
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