We all know Snoop Dogg — or is that Snoop Lion? — loves marijuana as much as he loves animal-themed stage names. But is he trying to get kids blazed, too? The answer, as a new GQ profile reveals, is a smoke-filled yes.

“It's not that I would ever push weed on our kids, but if they wanted to, I would love to show them how, the right way, so that way they won't get nothing put in their s—t or overdose or trying some s—t that ain't clean,” Snoop professes.

Snoop has three children, the oldest of which — Cordell, 18 — used a bong with his pops in September and posted photos of the father-son smoke break on Twitter.

And Snoop even wants to school the youth football team he coaches, telling GQ that he may read It’s Just a Plant: A Children’s Story of Marijuana to the little athletes.

“Believe it or not,” Snoop says, “they need to know.”

The controversial book was first published in 2005 to political outcry sure to harsh anyone’s buzz. Written by Ricardo Cortés, who also penned the 2011 hit picturebook Go the F—k to Sleep, the book focuses on a little girl whose parents extoll the virtues of weed.

We’re not sure what the parents of the mini-footballers think, but they might need to do some spin control if they’re trying to keep the tykes straight-edge!

Source: GQ