Good friends also know the perfect gift to buy for each other and, if you’re a celebrity entrepreneur, it doesn’t hurt to promote your products by giving them to your friends. Fans of both Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg have enjoyed seeing the pair post on social media, on their show together, and on other TV appearances together.
At the “Puppy Bowl”, Snoop gifted his friend a pair of stylish eyeglasses. The duo made sure to pose together, each in their respective specs.
She Likes His Style
Along with appreciating Snoop for his personality and his character, Martha Stewart also apparently appreciates Snoop Dogg for the more superficial things, like his sense of style.
When asked about his style choices, Martha has said that Snoop has been the best dressed (although Snoop sports a wildly different style from herself) in at least one televised event. She has even admitted that his style has inspired her own in subtle ways.
Her First Guest
Along with her many ventures, Martha Stewart recently launched a podcast called (no surprise) “The Martha Stewart Podcast”. And of all the guests she could have for her very first one, she chose her good friend Snoop Dogg.
Apparently, the people cannot get enough of the dynamic duo and Martha remarked how many people asked her about how Snoop was. So she decided it only made sense to have him be her first guest.
The Producer’s Take
So, for those who are close to Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg, what do they think of their relationship? Well, a producer of their show “Snoop and Martha’s Very Tasty Halloween” decided to weigh in on their relationship.
The producer addressed the rumors that Snoop and Martha’s relationship is just for the cameras, saying their friendship is, in fact, real and that the two are friends no matter if the cameras are rolling or not.
A Symbiotic Relationship
While Snoop Dogg and Martha’s friendship is authentic, it’s not lost on either of them that their relationship (at least on the public side) does bring in much-wanted publicity.
From their TV appearances to their “Bic” lighter brand deal, Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg realize that their individual brands can be stronger together. The two may get plenty of recognition individually, but together, the public’s curiosity definitely yields more money.