Snoop Dogg is in the process of recording a new music video for an upcoming single from his 2009 album Malice In Wonderland, and the rapper reportedly had the idea of renting out an ENTIRE country for the shoot. But plans fell through at the last minute and Snoop wasn’t able to secure the deal.
The Doggfather wanted to hire out the country of Liechtenstein as the set for his new video and he even approached officials in the small European country, which is only about 61.7 square miles and has a population of only 35,000 people. Unfortunately for Snoop though, the officials couldn’t work through the details in time for the scheduled video shoot.
Liechtenstein property director Karl Schwaerzler told Britain’s Daily Mirror newspaper:
“We’ve had requests for palaces and villages but never one to hire the whole country before. It would have been possible. (But Snoop Dogg’s management) did not give us enough time.”
Dang, Snoop! We renting countries now? Talk about doing it big…