Los Angeles: With a criminal career that takes in cocaine trafficking, rolling with Los Angeles gangs, weapons charges and a murder trial, he may be an unlikely role model.
But Snoop Dogg, infamous for violent, misogynous lyrics and a lifelong love of marijuana, is shaking off his bad boy image to reveal his softer side — as avuncular little league football trainer "Coach Snoop."
The 44-year-old founded the Snoop Youth Football League more than a decade ago and has been teaching thousands of children teamwork, discipline and self-respect through sport.
Now his community work is to be made public in "Coach Snoop," a reality show chronicling the rise of his Diamond Valley Steelers from a rag-tag bunch of 12-year-olds from the mean streets of LA to top youth teams in the USA.
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