Snoop Dogg has stripper poles, sings dirty at Kansas Midnight Madness
Kansas has gone into full rebel mode as they face NCAA sanctions.
The Jayhawks held their “Late Night in the Phog” at Allen Fieldhouse event on Friday night to get fans fired up for college basketball season. They had several events for the fans in attendance, and the headliner was a live performance by Snoop Dogg. Only Kansas got much more from Snoop than they expected.
Snoop had girls dancing off stripper poles. He shot cash out from a money gun. And he sang the dirty version of his song, complete with cuss words. Beware – this video has curse words:
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Kansas has Snoop and stripper poles at its Midnight Madness tonight pic.twitter.com/lLJYheWAlU
— Matt Jones (@KySportsRadio) October 5, 2019
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Was that more than you expected? Well it was much more than Kansas coach Bill Self expected too. Asked about the performance, Self said it was “not the direction” anyone wanted it to go.
Here’s Bill Self on if Snoop Dogg’s performance with pole dancing and money shooting into the crowd went further than expected. pic.twitter.com/UL9OgTWAcm
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“That’s not the direction anyone at our school would want that to go at all. It was not the right way to provide the entertainment,” Self said.
Self recently received a charge from the NCAA for lack of institutional control. Him not knowing this was going to happen at their big event won’t help his argument that he has things under control.