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Kansas may still be upset about his performance the other night but Snoop Dogg has no regrets whatsoever

Kansas may still be upset about his performance the other night but Snoop Dogg has no regrets whatsoever. More

The school apologized to "Late Night in the Phog" preseason celebration attendees after Snoop Dogg performed.

Kansas athletic director Jeff Long was forced to apologize for the show, stating that they had asked for a "clean" version of Snoop Dogg's show and were upset by how it had turned out.

"I had the time of my life", he said. "I think it was more the publicity of what I did. they had to cover it up". And I respect them.

"And, when you pay for Snoop Dogg, you gon' get Snoop Dogg", he told Stern.

Snoop Dogg's 35-minute concert included obscenities in songs, and he was joined on the basketball court by female dancers spinning and climbing on poles.

Snoop Dogg may have two G's in his name, but the hip-hop artist said he certainly didn't make any promises to make his recent show at Allen Fieldhouse G-rated.

But when asked by the radio show host if the reports that he was asked to leave afterwards are true, the Gin and Juice rapper said it was a not true.

Snoop Dogg attends the Prive Revaux Investor Closing Party at Club James in Beverly Hills on August 23, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California. I take full responsibility for not thoroughly vetting all the details of the performance and offer my personal apology to those who were offended. Self was featured in a promotional video earlier in the week wearing a chain with a dollar bill sign while wearing Adidas apparel to help promote the event, which is Kansas' annual season-opening unveiling of the basketball team. "We strive to create a family atmosphere at Kansas and fell short of that this evening".

The not-so household pleasant show noticed the uni later situation an apology, insisting they hadn't wished to trigger "offence".

Kansas coach Bill Self said there was no intent to mock the NCAA with the program's controversial use of Snoop Dogg as entertainment at its Late Night show last Friday night.

Self said he was miffed that the entertainer selected could be viewed as part of a plan to taunt the NCAA. Some aspects of Snoop's show were nearly comically out of sync with what Kansas probably wants to present under the guise of the NCAA. "The Snoop [Dogg] performance had the crowd going insane".

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