Snoop Dogg’s Etiquette Lesson on Jennifer Hudson’s Show
The 52-year-old rapper, Snoop Dogg, made an appearance on the Jennifer Hudson Show, where host Jennifer enlisted etiquette expert Myka Meier to help the rapper refine his table manners.
Snoop is gearing up for a special correspondent role for NBC at the Paris Olympics.
Greeting in France and Correct Dining Posture
Sitting in a makeshift Parisian street cafe, Snoop and Jennifer received guidance on French etiquette.
Myka asked Snoop how he would greet someone in France, to which he correctly responded with a kiss on both of Jennifer’s cheeks, saying ‘Bonjour.’
Dining Etiquette: Cutlery and Bread Course
Moving on to dining, Myka advised Snoop on holding cutlery in the European style, with the fork in the left hand and the knife in the right.
They discussed the proper way to hold utensils while cutting and the placement of hands during the meal.
Snoop learned the French approach to enjoying bread with butter spread on all sides.
Wine Enjoyment and Cheers, santé!
Snoop, claiming to have the best wine, pulled out his 19 Crimes Cali red wine. After pouring glasses for Jennifer and Myka, he demonstrated the French way to cheers: santé.
The lesson concluded with Snoop sharing his etiquette ‘pet peeve’—people smacking while eating.
Snoop Dogg’s Role as Olympics Analyst
Named as an analyst for NBC at the Paris Olympics, Snoop Dogg expressed excitement about the event.
The rapper, known for his unique style, shared his anticipation for the ‘most epic Olympics ever’ and vowed to bring his signature Snoop style to the coverage.
Snoop Dogg’s Statement on the Olympics
Snoop Dogg, whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., expressed his thrill about the Olympics, celebrating the athletes’ skill, dedication, and pursuit of greatness.
He promised to bring his unique flair to the Olympics coverage and encouraged viewers to stay tuned for an unforgettable experienShare on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn