True, he was recently barred from entering the United Kingdom (see "Snoop Dogg Barred From Entering U.K., Cancels Dates With Diddy"), and he got caught up in the Don Imus flap (see "Snoop Says Rappers And Imus Are 'Two Separate Things'; Talks New Comp" and "Hip-Hop Hits Back At Imus, Critics: T.I., Snoop, Fat Joe, Common Weigh In"). But on the plus side, he loves his family, WWE wrestling and, of course, music.
The Dogg has been one of the most vocal MCs in hip-hop, telling his friends to unite, and here you'll find out just where he stands on rappers dissing each other. Hint: He feels that hip-hop has enough enemies. Snoop also says, in his own inimitable way, that people shouldn't be so hard on the women in rap videos.