Snoop Dogg has credited fellow rapper Jay-Z for creating the all-star lineup, which also includes the “Gin and Juice” rapper himself, for the Super Bowl Halftime Show on February 13, 2022.

Speaking on “The Breakfast Club,” the legendary rapper put over Jigga big time for creating an awesome lineup of some of the best musicians and performers for the forthcoming event. Artists tapped for the show include Eminem, Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar, and Mary J. Blige.

“Shoutout to JAY-Z for umm, going to war and making that thang happen — puttin’ the first hip hop act on the stage. You know, people don’t give him credit for a lot of things that he do.

“He moves his hands mysteriously behind the scenes and he does a lot of great things for people. And I wanna give him a shoutout for fighting for Dr. Dre because I know that, that’s a part of my legacy that he fought for.”

Snoop, who’s working on a new project with Eminem, revealed how he buried his beef with the hip hop artist. Last year, the 50-year-old picked his top-ten emcees of all time but made no mention of the “Lose Yourself” rapper – stoking fire to the rumors of a beef between the two.

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