Snoop Dogg has been breaking records throughout his music career, but over the weekend, he broke a major Guinness World Record when it comes to alcoholic beverages, reports SFGate.com.
On Saturday (May 27), the veteran rhyme-slinger shocked fans at California’s BottleRock Napa Valley music fest by pouring the largest cup of gin and juice in the U.S.
With the help of Top Chef champ Michael Voltaggio and fellow rapper and friend Warren G, they created the massive alcoholic concoction, which of course, was inspired by Snoop's classic song “Gin & Juice” from his 1993 debut album, Doggystyle.
There was an official from the Guinness organization to present Snoop, Warren G and Voltaggio a certificate of "the largest paradise cocktail" on record. The gigantic cup featured a giant umbrella and straw, but there was no way for concertgoers to consume the drink unless they tip the entire thing onto the fans. Snoop and Warren G also posted videos and photos on their Instagram pages as well.
As for Snoop's gig, as usual, the Doggfather delivered another fun and exciting set for festival goers. The 46-year-old rapper performed all of his classic hits with dancers in booty shorts twirling on stripper poles tank tops and dollar-size confetti raining down. He even brought out Warren G for a rendition of “Regulate” and “This D.J.,” a tribute to the late hook king Nate Dogg.
Congrats to Snoop and Warren G on their Guinness World Record.