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Snoop Dogg Wants Zuckerberg as Sports Partner

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has a good deal of money right now, at least on paper. According to Forbes, Zuckerberg is worth more than Apple CEO Steve Jobs, which is quite remarkable.

Many people would like to get a hold of some of Zuckerberg's money, and Snoop Dogg isn't making it any secret that he's one of them.

Snoop Dogg updated his Twitter with:

Ayo sumbody tell Zuckerberg to holler at me. He n I need go buy a pro sports team tgether.

As far as we can tell, Zuckerberg has not responded (at least not publically) to Snoop Dogg's request for a financial partner.

What would be a good name for a sports team if Zuckerberg were one of the owners?

(Source: Cnet.)

  • back_by_demand
    Well Zuckerberg was born in New York, so maybe he should buy the NY Jets and the NY Giants?
    Maybe rename the New Meadowlands Stadium as the Facebook Arena
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  • cronik93
    cuz he's a cut throat balla like OJ Simpson yo.
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  • bustapr
    I can only imagine is Zuckerberg were the owner of a football team. Teenage girls swarming into the stadium screaming whenever zuckerberg is on camera, and no attention to the game. And Snoop Dogg sucks, lost his popularity in the 90s.
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  • tommysch
    Ayo sumbody tell Zuckerberg to holler at me. He n I need go buy a pro sports team tgether

    Is he literate?
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  • cloudberry
    TommySchIs he literate?
    I was able to read that, and he probably typed that himself, so I'd say he's adequately literate, yeah. I just don't think Twitter needs to be subject to grammatical pedantry.
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  • scook9
    At least he didn't say foshizzle.....
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  • Trueno07
    scook9At least he didn't say foshizzle.....
    Give it time... Just give it time.
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  • jellico
    Ayo sumbody tell Zuckerberg to holler at me. He n I need go buy a pro sports team tgether.
    And by "He n I" Snoop really means, HE, because Snoop sure as hell doesn't have that kind of money. It would funny as hell if Mark's response was something like, "How about *I* go and buy a sports team and Snoop buys a ticket and watches from stands like everyone else. Foshizzle!"
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  • Assmar
    cloudberryI was able to read that, and he probably typed that himself, so I'd say he's adequately literate, yeah. I just don't think Twitter needs to be subject to grammatical pedantry.No no no no, we don't have a problem with internet speak, silly, we have a problem with black people, duh.
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  • hardwarekid9756
    jellicoAnd by "He n I" Snoop really means, HE, because Snoop sure as hell doesn't have that kind of money. It would funny as hell if Mark's response was something like, "How about *I* go and buy a sports team and Snoop buys a ticket and watches from stands like everyone else. Foshizzle!"

    Well, some simple googling says that Snoop is worth about 200million, and the average NFL team is valued at 5 times that, around 1 billion. So, if you assume they buy a lower-end sports team for a less-than-popular sport, like, say, baseball, I'm sure they could get away with a team for around 700million or so, putting it at a 75%/25% split between the zucks and the dogg. If they got another Co-owner in there, it could even muster a 33% three-way split. That is doable. Not ideal, but doable.
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