Snoop Dogg May Have Just Triggered Another FBI Probe at Kansas
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That Kansas hoops empire can't seem to get out of its own way these days.
The Jayhawks are currently one of the prestige programs being poked and prodded by an extremely thorough FBI task force.
With this in mind, you'd think these dudes might want to stay off the radar for a while.
And what better way to do that than inviting Snoop Dogg to your campus?
Bill Self and his student-athletes had their annual Friday night gathering at Allen Fieldhouse to kick off another season of collegiate hooping.
Uncle Snoop was apparently expected to close the evening's festivities with a relatively family-friendly version of his show.
That expectation proved erroneous:
In case you were wondering, that young lady was attached to a strip pole, for reasons that weren't made entirely clear.
At least not to AD Jeff Long, who was forced to issue a hasty apology that included a reference to what he called acrobatic dancers.
Apparently, the very old and very white Long was waiting on a circus that was never coming.
Instead, he got this:
It was sure nice of Snoop to pass that massive blunt around to all of the alumni and boosters in attendance.
Coach Self was also appropriately outraged by the scene:
Has a human being ever been more uncomfortable?
It appears that Self left before the money gun was brandished:
September 23rd: Kansas basketball program accused of major NCAA violations— Mike Randle (@RandleRant) October 5, 2019
October 4th: Kansas has stripper poles and Snoop Dogg shoot a gun full of money into the crowd at March Madness
Jayhawks...doubling down? ✅pic.twitter.com/McsTBaj7Ia
They'll be fine as long as a Jayhawks player didn't try to pay for a meal with one of those Snoop Bucks.