David Irving prioritized one kind of green over the other when he quit the NFL in protest of their drug policies.
Snoop Dogg wasn't impressed with the former Cowboy's decision.
"Athletes aren’t rappers. They aren’t entertainers," Snoop told Stephen A. Smith. “We can do whatever we want to do,” he said. “We don’t have no bosses. We don’t have no commissioners. We don’t have no rules and regulations. But when you sign up for the NFL, there are rules and regulations that have been put in place for over 75 years that you’re not going to change no matter who you are or who you think you are. [Irving], I don’t think that was smart at all … I think he should have kept it low-key and not put his business out there.”
When Irving heard of Snoop's remarks, he said the Doggfather was misinformed.
"It's ignorance ... I'm pretty sure if I could've met with Snoop and let him know exactly what I'm doing, the businesses I've set up and the things I'm doing, I'm pretty sure he would say different," Irving said.
Irving went on to say he'd love for the chance to discuss this further with Snoop.