Snoop Dogg and his money moves show no sign of slowing down as Billboard reports that he may be launching a line of hot dogs.
The brand is rumored to be called “Snoop Doggs,” and attorneys of the American rapper applied for the federal trademark registration at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in December.
Although the filing does not disclose in detail what products should be expected, fans can be on the lookout for other types of sausages in addition to hot dogs. Billboard reports that the filing was labeled a “so-called intent-to-use application” verifying the brand has yet to be launched. Still, it seems Snoop Dogg has every intention of pushing forward with his business venture.
Over a decade ago, the “Drop It Like Its Hot” rapper filed a trademark for “Snoop Scoops” with plans to launch ice cream. The idea never came to light, but clearly, Snoop still aspires to pursue business ventures with food at the center, so we hope to see “Snoop Doggs” soon.
Snoop Dogg Ain't The Only One
Snoop Dogg isn’t the only one making moves in this space.
AfroTech previously reported that West Coast Hip-Hop legend E-40 dropped GOON WITH THE SPOON gourmet meat products, which features a collection of flavored sausages and burritos in a variety of flavors.
The news, which came in October 2021, was almost one year to the day after E-40 announced he was entering the food industry.
Although it’s unclear whether this has been something Snoop Dogg has always wanted to do, it has been for rapper E-40.
Fulfilled a lifelong dream today with the formal launch of my GOON WITH THE SPOON brand & inaugural sausage line! We’re in production and about to take over the food industry now 💪🏾Click the link below to order your #GoonWithTheSpoon sausages now🚪 📦 🚚 https://t.co/w3CPGjSxG6 pic.twitter.com/PK2QBpVGrm
— E40 Mogul Entrepreneur (@E40) October 25, 2021
“Fulfilled a lifelong dream today with the formal launch of my GOON WITH THE SPOON brand & inaugural sausage line!” he captioned a video of him working in the kitchen. “We’re in production and about to take over the food industry now.”