Saturday, October 1, 2022

Snoop Dogg Hotboxed Demi Lovato’s House And Inspired Her New Single

Demi Lovato stopped by Jimmy Fallon’s “The Tonight Show” to perform her smash single “Sorry Not Sorry” and do whatever talent show carnival game Fallon felt like doing that night.

Anyways, before any of that Lovato sat down for an interview with Fallon to speak of the visual inspiration for her music video treatment of “Sorry Not Sorry.” Preceding the action, the video begins with texts that state what you’re about to see was inspired by a house party Lovato had on June 29.

Apparently that party include Uncle Snoop Dogg hotboxing Lovato’s house with the likes of Wiz Khalifa, French Montana, and Ty Dolla $ign. It all started because Lovato, newly single, asked her pal Dave-O to invite some friends over to casually party. She didn’t expect rappers like Snoop and French would show up.

“All these people were there and I was like, ‘I just wanted a couple people over to hang out!’ And all of a sudden, my house was filled with pot smoke everywhere,” she said. “I was like, ‘No smoking inside, get out, get out!’ But I wasn’t going to tell Snoop not to smoke in my house. I was like, ‘OK Snoop, do what you want.’”

 

That sounds about the right response to the situation. Lovato continued that the smell didn’t disappear overnight.

“My chef came in the next morning and said, ‘It smells like Snoop Dogg was here,’” she said. “I was like, ‘No, he literally was!’”

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And in case you’re doubting Lovato’s account of parting with these guys, check out the Instagram post from none other than French Montana above.

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