The transformation of Snoop Lion has seen it's peaks and troughs. The West Coast rapper's reincarnation, which also happens to be the name of his new album and subsequent documentary, graces the pages of GQ with a full-fledged, in-depth interview with a man who has quite possibly lost his mind. Between the marijuana references, life lessons and future plans, Snoop Lion manages to ramble off a community service project he has in the works where he plans to give 8 and 9 year-old kids on the pee wee football team he coaches a public reading of It's Just A Plant: A Children's Story of Marijuana. In Snoop's words: 

"It's from the earth — it's not some manmade shit. It's actually growing from the ground straight to you, so it's just like eating a vegetable. You know what I'm saying? Cancer and diseases that never had a cure, now all of a sudden you got people taking chemotherapy, and they're also having a toke, and they live longer."

Ain't nothing but a gangster party… even if that party is at the local Chuck E Cheese.