Snoop Dogg really felt the love as he received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame – for himself.
The legendary rapper, real name Calvin Broadus, became the latest celebrity to be immortalised on Hollywood Blvd. on Monday and couldnt help but thank himself for being, well, amazing during his acceptance speech.
Keep it humble, Snoop.
During the milestone ceremony, the 47-year-old shared sweet kisses with his wife, Shante Taylor, and was given touching tributes by Dr Dre, Quincy Jones and Jimmy Kimmel.
The honour coincided with the 25th anniversary of the release of Snoops iconic debut album Doggystyle.
In his self-praising speech, Snoop said: Last but not least, I want to thank me for believing in me.
I want to thank me for doing all this hard work, I want to thank me for having no days off, I want to thank me for never quitting, I want to thank me for always being a giver and trying to give more than I receive.
I want to thank me for trying to do more rights than wrong, I want to thank me for just being me at all times. Snoop Dogg, you a bad motherfucker.
So basically, love yourself as much as Snoop loves Snoop.
Elsewhere in his speech, the rapper said: Ive been coming to Hollywood for a long time, looking down at these stars and just imagining what it would be like to be down there one day. And its a great feeling to look out here and see all the people who really make me who I am: the fans.
OK, so he did thank some other people then.
Snoop also took a moment to show gratitude to Dr Dre, who spearheaded his career when the rapper signed to Death Row Records in the 90s.
The Gin & Juice hitmaker said: Dr. Dre believed in me when I really wasnt nothing and Imma say that because I mean that cause I really didnt know what I wanted to do.
When Dr Dre gave me the opportunity, he didnt look at me like somebody that was less than him. He looked at me like an equal and we always been brothers from that day.
When you dealin with a star and you coming in as a nobody, its easy for the star to down look you or play you low, but for him to look at me even, thats why we never said no to each other to this day because we always look at each other as brothers.
Dr Dre, I want to tell you I love you, cuz, for being my brother through hard times, real times and good times.
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Snoop has enjoyed a phenomenal career since the release of Doggystyle, which debuted straight in at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart and has gone on to sell 11 million copies worldwide as of 2015.
Others in attendance at the ceremony, included Snoops son Corrie, 20, and daughter Cori, 19.
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