Rapper Snoop Dogg kicked off his Australian tour in wild style last night, cavorting with pole dancers onstage during the show.
The veteran rapper, 51, performed an epic 30-song set for the show at Perth’s RAC Arena, including hits like Beautiful, California Gurls and Drop It Like It’s Hot.
As strippers danced on poles around him, Snoop shot fake bills from a money gun and groped at least one of the scantily-clad dancers.
Snoop’s Australian tour will continue with dates at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on March 1 and 2, Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on March 4 and 5, Brisbane’s Entertainment Centre on March 7 and Adelaide’s Entertainment Centre on March 8.
The visit comes after Snoop last year cancelled an Aussie tour citing “scheduling conflicts and family obligations”.
“Due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts, including family obligations and upcoming TV and film projects, Snoop Dogg regrets he is cancelling all upcoming non-US tour dates for the remainder of 2022,” the statement read.
While all ticketholders were given full refunds, Snoop soon got his touring commitments back on track, announcing this current arena tour.