Anyway here's Big Sean giving Snoop Dogg advice about pine cones

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This is... adorable.

Rapper Snoop Dogg spent the weekend at his friend and Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party co-host Martha Stewart's farm in Bedford, New York, where he blitzed his Instagram with photos and videos showing off the idyllic scenery — including a souvenir he decided to bring back to California.



"I'm a naturistic motherfucker, look what I done picked up, man," he tells his crew. "Someone tell me what this is?"

Of course, Snoop is referring to a pine cone, and his entourage reported it as such. But in the comments, Detroit's Big Sean offered that pine cones can be used as a natural bug repellent, "if u ever stranded in the woods n gotta make a shelter outta trees n shit."



"Bugs don't really fuck with whatever scent/chemical it produces," Big Sean wrote. "Nature boy."

Snoop appreciated the advice. "Thanks. @bigsean," he wrote.

We can't confirm that this specific type of pine cone is a bug repellent, but you can enjoy the video below.

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