Snoop Dogg has worn some memorable outfits over the years, but this weekend might stand out most.
USA Today reports the rapper performed in a replica gold Hall of Fame blazer for close to an hour in a tent on the hallowed grounds in Canton, Ohio. Snoop had high praise for friend Deion Sanders' 25-minute induction speech on Saturday.
"I like the way you put the do-rag on the bust," Dogg told Sanders. "That was so gangsta ... so hood. When I come to the Hall of Fame, I want to see it. They'd better not take it off."
Sanders' do-rag placement was in many ways an act of protest against the establishment at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Primetime had requested the boys in Canton add a bronzed bandana to his bust. It didn't happen.
"That's how a lot of fans remember me, from way back," Sanders told the USA Today. "So I asked. They told me that Walter Payton's bust doesn't have a headband. But did he request it? The least I could do was to put it on after the speech. So we got that moment."
Sanders ended his night on stage with help from Snoop in performing his classic 1995 rap song, "Must Be The Money."
"You can't prepare for the emotion and excitement of all this," Sanders said. "And to be on stage, performing with Snoop? That's icing on the cake."
Snoop didn't just rap; he also led a prayer for Deion.