Snoop Dogg scared of Gaga sex
Snoop Dogg would be too scared to have sex with Lady Gaga as he thinks she is "weird as f**k".
The 'Sensual Seduction' rapper respects the eccentric 'Born This Way' hitmaker, but he'd be too scared to go to bed with her because he thinks the lovemaking would be freaky.
He told Blackbookmag.com: "She's weird as f**k. Who knows, she might have a snake or a knife in her p***y if you try to get some from her.
"I don't judge Lady Gaga. She makes good s**t, not like a lot of other garbage being repeated."
Stunts which have added to Gaga's "weird" image have seen her appear in a dress made entirely from cuts of raw meat and be carried into the Grammy Awards inside a giant 'egg'.
She has also recently given interviews with flesh coloured bumps placed on her face and shoulders, which she has claimed are a real and she was born with.
Despite 'Drop It Like It's Hot' hitmaker Snoop's collaborations with many pop artists, including Katy Perry, Pussycat Dolls and Gorillaz, he insists he hasn't needed any of them to be successful.
The hip-hop musician - who is preparing to release his new LP 'Doggumentary' - said: "Rappers don't need pop artists on our s**t to make us successful. But notice how many pop artists, when they want their records to sell, call on somebody from hip-hop to make their s**t work."
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