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[Video] Snoop Dogg Rolls a Mean Gỏi Cuốn

Cross this off the list of things to see before you die: Snoop Dogg trimming some, erm, cilantro and hand-rolling a perfect plate of spring rolls.

The “Gin and Juice” rapper was recently featured in a VH1 promo for the network’s new show, Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party, in which he co-stars alongside renowned American homemaker, former convict and roaster extraordinaire Martha Stewart.

In the 30-second spot, Snoop is seen carefully opening a jar full of greenery to take a few clippings from the herb inside before grinding it into leafy pieces. The cilantro is then incorporated into one of Snoop’s spring rolls, which is placed on a silver platter and served to his pool-playing friends.

The first episode of Martha and Snoop aired last Monday, November 7 on VH1, featuring guests such as Wiz Khalifa, Seth Rogen and Ice Cube. Enjoy Snoop Dogg preparing his signature gỏi cuốn in the clip below:

 [Video via VH1]

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