Snoop Dogg Postpones Hollywood Bowl Shows Due to Writers’ Strike


Snoop DoggCelebrating the 30th anniversary of the first studio album of “Doggystyle”, their summer concerts have been postponed. The shows, originally scheduled for June 27 and June 28 at the Hollywood Bowl, have now been delayed to October 20 and 21..

The rapper informed his fans and followers with a video he made on Instagram. Hollywood Bowl! 26 and 27 June, we have to change that date! I and dr drewe are in solidarity with the writers, so what are we going to do, we will pull it back to October 20th and October 21st.

He wrote to the post, “Due to the ongoing WGA strike and DGA And SAG/AFTRA We have made the decision to postpone the shows scheduled for June 27 and June 28 at the Hollywood Bowl.”

Sharing his support with the strikers, Snoop Dogg captioned it, “We stand in solidarity with the unions and hope that AMPTP will negotiate fair deals as soon as possible and everyone can get back to work.”

spy has already expressed its support. For the strikers at a panel with Snoop’s Gamma business partner Larry Jackson”[Artists] we need to solve it like the authors solved it.

“The authors are stunning because [of] stream, they can’t get paid. Because when it’s on the platform, it’s not like it is at the box office.” He continued, “I don’t understand how you make money on this shit. Can someone explain to me how you can listen to a billion and not get a million dollars?… This is the main problem of most of us artists, we make big numbers… but it doesn’t add to the money. For example, where is the money?

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