Los Angeles, CA – Snoop Dogg used The UCLA Bruins’ practice field to hold a special Snoop Youth Football League training camp for special needs children on Sunday morning (October 1).
Alongside UCLA running backs coach Deshaun Foster and the NFL’s first female coach, Dr. Jen Welter, the D.O. Double G gave the children an opportunity to participate in drills and cheerleading routines. They also got to spend a little quality time with Coach Snoop.
HipHopDX got some time to speak with Coach Snoop, who spoke about why events like this are important to the community.
“I’m feeling very blessed man,” said Snoop. “I’m happy to be here to have my league, Foster and Welter work side-by-side in creating a lane for the kids’ special needs. We want to give them something to make them feel as if they are special. That’s what today is all about.”
For over ten years, Snoop’s Youth Football League has coached over 1,500 kids with a handful actually making it to the college and NFL level. This year,wide receiver John Ross was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals following his collegiate career at the University of Washington.
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