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Snoop Dogg implies he smoked weed with Obama in new song

Snoop Dogg implies he smoked weed with Obama in new song

Who else but Snoop Dogg could get high with a Commander-in-Chief of the United States of America?

The hip-hop icon, 49, dropped the new album “From Tha Streets 2 Tha Suites” — and one track features a reference to smoking marijuana in the presence of former President Barack Obama, 59.

The song “Gang Signs” features Snoop spitting the lyric: “Still sippin’ gin and juice while I’m smoking marijuana / I bet you never blew with Obama.”

We can only assume the “Drop it Like it’s Hot” rapper isn’t referring to former FLOTUS Michelle, 57, who regularly ranks high America’s “most admired women” poll.

Reps for Snoop did not immediately respond to The Post’s request for comment.

Sure, the rap legend could be joking, taking artistic license, just going for shock value in an increasingly crowded musical marketplace or any combination of the three. However, one this is certain: The “Still a G Thang” rhymester has previously copped to getting high in a White House bathroom.

As Page Six previously reported, Snoop made the big reveal on an episode of his online series “GGN: The Double G News Network” in 2014: “Have you ever smoked at the White House?” guest Jimmy Kimmel asked the rapper.

“In the bathroom,” Snoop then revealed, nonchalantly hoisting a weed-stuffed cigar. “Not in the White House — but in the bathroom. Because I said, ‘May I use the bathroom for a second?’ and they said, ‘What are you going to do? No. 1 or No. 2?’

“I said, ‘No. 2,’” Snoop added.

“So I said, ‘Look, when I do the No. 2, I usually, you know, have a cigarette or I light something to get the aroma right,’” the rapper continued. “They said, ‘You know what? You can light a piece of napkin.’

“I said, ‘I’ll do that.’ And the napkin was this,” Snoop told Kimmel as he puffed away on his blunt.

If his Obama claim goes up in smoke, it wouldn’t be the first time this week Snoop is accused of telling tall tales. He also generated buzz Wednesday after UFC president Dana White shot down claims that he ever agreed to a bet with the rapper, who claimed that White owes him $2 million after YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul defeated Ben Askren.

“I can tell you this: I don’t owe Snoop $2 million. I never bet,” White told Yahoo! Sports. “Let me make it clear right here to everybody: I have never made an illegal bet, ever. I did not make an illegal bet on Saturday night. I did not bet $2 million with Snoop or anybody.”