"I will fly over"; Snoop Dogg's unexpected title message to Ange Postecoglou and Celtic

By John McGinley

March 18, 2022

Superstar hip hop artist Snoop Dogg has told Ange Postecoglou’s Celtic not to let him down when it comes to securing the Scottish Premiership title.

He’s sold over 35 million albums worldwide and recently performed at the Super Bowl, but the busy musician is down for a party in Glasgow with the Bhoys.

Snoop’s link with Celtic goes all the way back to the mid-2000s when he was presented with the green and white hoops ahead of a Glasgow gig.

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Now it seems he’s keeping tabs on the emerging title race with Rangers and the exciting football under Ange Postecoglou.

He told The Daily Record: “Glasgow is a crazy city and I don’t need an excuse to visit one of my favourite places in Europe – but to come over and party with the Champions of Scotland would be special. So Bhoys, don’t let me down and Snoop is gonna see you in May.

“In Scotland, Celtic are my boys. This season they are back playing how we expect them to be and if they become Champions I will fly over to Glasgow to party with the players.

“The night in Glasgow will be on Snoop and you better believe if we are celebrating them being Champions, it’s gonna be a hell of a night.”

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It sounds like ‘Gin and Juice’ is on the menu in May if Ange and the Bhoys manage to live up to expectations in the remaining eight games of the season.

This could all be bit of promo for his upcoming tour that swings in for a date at Hydro. I mean is Snoop going to be watching the Ross County game tomorrow? Probably not.

However, the club should embrace this! We’ve already had Coolio on Celtic TV – why not a bit of Snoop doing the Paradise Windfall draw?

Stranger things have happened, almost.

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