Italian Police Seize Enormous Sum Of Snoop Dogg’s Money During Airport Search


Snoop Dogg’s pockets took a major hit recently.

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During an airport search in Calabria, Italy, authorities seized half of $422,000 of Snoop’s cash, stating that sums of more than $11,000 “must be declared by anyone” while traveling through the European Union’s airports, BBC reports.

In a statement from the Cali OG’s lawyer Andrea Parisi, he said, “We clarified everything from a legal point of view. The money came from concerts he had performed around Europe. There was no crime; it was just an administrative infraction.”

The “I Wanna Rock” rapper is currently overseas doing performances across the EU, stopping next at the Kendal Calling festival in England.