Snoop Dogg has once again shown there are only a few sporting events — if any — that can’t be made better with his commentary. As he showed late Friday, that includes the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

Peacock, NBC Universal’s streaming service, made the genius decision to have Snoop and comedian Kevin Hart provide commentary on several events from the Olympics, including those in skateboarding and equestrian.

Just look at this clip of Snoop beatboxing during an equestrian event and try saying it’s not incredible television:

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“This horse is off the chain!” Snoop says. “I’ve got to get this m—er in a video. M—er was off the chain. I need that.”

Snoop and Hart also showed their age a bit with Peacock TV’s Amber Ruffin, who discussed the age of athletes competing in the first-ever Olympic skateboard competition. Several athletes aged 17 or younger headlined the women’s street skating competition, including 13-year-old Momiji Nishiya and silver-medalist Rayssa Leal.

“These children — and I said children, they’re 13 — flippin’, floppin’, fallin’, smackin’ and hurtin’,” Ruffin said.

“And getting right back up and going right back to it,” Snoop said. “‘Cause they love it. They love their sport.”

Hart then interjected that those athletes’ bones are “different at that age,” to which Snoop responded, “Yeah, milk does a body good at that age.”

Those who watched Snoop live on Peacock also noticed he was uncensored, which led to some, ahem, NSFW moments on the air. Then again, it’s just another part of what makes Snoop such a great commentator — Olympics included.





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