Snoop Dogg learned the art of the threesome from one sexy mother.
The “Doggystyle” rapper honored gender-fluid funk icon Prince, who died last month at 57, for his one-of-a-kind sensuality during a recent interview.
“He's the first one who told us and showed us what a ménage-à-trois was. We didn't know!” Snoop told People over the weekend. “We would see him with two women and, man, the things he did.
“Sometimes he wouldn't even make love to a woman. He would make love to their mind, without even touching their body. I take a little bit of him wherever I go.”
Prince, whose image and lyrics both dripped with an unapologetically explicit sexuality, “stayed in tune with his feminine side while remaining masculine,” the marijuana enthusiast added.
“He showed us how to seduce a woman; make music that felt good to women and appealed to men as well,” he told the mag.
Snoop, 44, also reflected on his Auto-Tune-heavy 2007 single “Sexual Eruption,” whose retro ‘80s-style music video contains references to Prince’s video for “When Doves Cry.”
“I was motherf---ing Prince in that video,” the rapper said. “His music and his persona will continue to go on and on.”
It appears the 17-time Grammy nominee has also taken another page — this one dubious — out of the Purple One’s book: not having a will.
“I don’t give a f--- when I’m dead. What am I gonna give a f--- about?” the rapper told Business Insider last week. “This goin’ on while I’m gone, you know?”
He said he hopes to return to Earth as a butterfly to watch “all these dumb motherf--kers” fighting over his money.