Snoop Dogg Is Tackling Football in New AOL Docu-series

Snoop Dogg Is Tackling Football in New AOL Docu-series

The rap legend is trading in his sneaks for cleats.

Published May 18, 2016

If you ever wondered what Uncle Snoop was up to in his off season, think no more.

When he isn't putting in work in the studio, the rap legend is putting in over time on the field, as Coach Snoop.

The "Beautiful" rapper teamed up with AOL to showcase his passion for the game as he coaches his Snoop Youth Footfall League (SYFL) Southern Los Angeles.

The league, founded over 10 years ago by the Oakland native, gears to help get inner-city kids off the street while also helping players move on to college teams and even the NFL.

SYFL is the largest league in Southern LA with 30 teams, 1,500 players and 75 cheerleaders.

The highly anticipated mini docu-series Coach Snoop debuts tomorrow on aol.com/coachsnoop.

Check out an exclusive clip of your new favorite coach in action below.

 

Written by George Chapman Jr.

(Photo: Christopher Polk/Getty Images for DirecTV)

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