Snoop Dogg plans to "get it poppin" if Celtic win title – and will pay for party

Snoop Dogg has had his passport "out of the safe" in preparation for a huge Celtic title celebration since their Old Firm victory over Rangers put them top of the table in February.

The rapper, songwriter, entrepreneur and actor has sold over 35million albums worldwide since his 1992 breakthrough and is set to use some of his £115million fortune by funding a huge party after travelling across the Atlantic.

Although he has been spotted in shirts of both Manchester United and Norwich among others, his support of Celtic has stood the test of time and he has been keeping a closer eye on their title hopes than might've been expected.

Snoop told the Daily Record: "My Bhoys are not there yet but after their win against Rangers, they are getting close to winning the championship.

"Snoop hasn’t booked his ticket just yet but the passport is out of the safe.

"As soon as they are champions, you better believe I am on that flight to Glasgow.”

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Adding: "The night is going to go off and whatever they want to do, it’s all going to be on Snoop."

Snoop's love for Celtic is so deep that he is said to have considered investing in the club back in 2012, saying that he wanted to "bring a bit of Snoop" to the club.

He said at the time: "I got a lot of interest in soccer … [and] I see how passionate Celtic fans are about their team."

With that 3-0 win over Rangers putting Ange Postecoglou's men one point clear at the top, they have now built that advantage to six points having won 22 of their last 26 league fixtures and drawn the other four.

That has given Hoops fans a positive outlook despite their Scottish Cup semi-final defeat to Rangers, after which their media team were accused of being classless.

Having won nine titles in a row until the success of Steven Gerrard's team last season, Celtic look to make it ten from 11 attempts as they approach their final five fixtures.

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