– Snoop Dogg Commentary on the Olympics – Classic JV!
NBC has re-signed American musician, businessman and rapper Snoop Dogg as an Olympic commentator. Rating: Great table tennis.
When rapper Snoop Dogg landed his latest job as an Olympic affairs sportscaster, comedian Kevin Hart sat next to him at the studio table. At first glance, this always seems like a visual treat, because according to a quick search, Hart is 1.57 meters tall, and therefore looks very compact overall. On the other hand, Snoop Dogg is 1.97 meters tall, which, depending on his current hairstyle, can sometimes give him a somewhat insect-like appearance. And something long and dry next to something cuddly and compact is something the normal brain finds strange in an endearing way.
However, which brings us to the content, there was also plenty of time for these forms of self-amusement. The truly interesting, or even particularly funny, commentator was not lost on Snoop Dogg and certainly not on Kevin Hart either.
Table tennis or ping pong?
Anyway, the show was called “Olympic Highlights with Kevin Hart and Snoop Dogg,” and when Snoop said the title, he always emphasized the “euphoria” very clearly with that quiet, very emotional lyric that he still has to this day. When he finishes talking about gardening or proper furnishing of living rooms. To replicate an account on a social platform even in compiling the “best” moments, the show is not, in the traditional sense, an assembly line of journalistic or comedic exploits. More of a constant stream of subconsciousness.
When So Yun Lee, a table tennis professional, coach for a while and then a model (1.75 meters tall), was a guest, we saw how broadcaster Snoop Dogg, whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., reacted to this kind of smile in the room, and it cannot be ruled out that he is actually doing it. By checking his whereabouts. Then he gathered himself and focused all his senses and asked: What is the difference between table tennis and ping pong?
However, it's no surprise or shameful that NBC has, as just been reported, tapped the rapper once again for its Olympics coverage — this time alongside sports commentator Mike Tirico. (There is very conflicting information about its size.) After all, the history of sports commentary is full of (especially) men who were masters of simply letting things happen.
This art form, which is difficult to learn, consists mainly of the charisma of past actions, a certain amount of quick wit, and the most indestructible personality traits that they call “zero fucks” in the USA.
The latter becomes especially important if, despite extensive exploration, you cannot figure out where you are or why. Of course, the person present can attract attention with his or her expertise, but what is more important is to provide brilliance and blessing as a kind of power animal. Previous professors in this country were Franz Beckenbauer and, in descending order of importance, Axel Schulz, Günter Netzer, and Mehmed Scholl. In the USA, among others, we should mention basketball player Shaquille O'Neal (2.17 meters, nicknames: Diesel, Big Aristotle, Superman, Shaq Fu, Shaq Daddy, Shaqtos).
When Snoop Dogg competed against So Yun Lee in table tennis, or perhaps ping-pong, in front of the camera with great impact and little reaction time, he was hit hard by his opponent. Even in slow motion, you couldn't see exactly where it was, but the announcer collapsed in a cool move and lay there for a very long time. It is not known whether he took the opportunity to take a nap. But let's put it this way: the move will be unconditional in concept.