Thanks to California’s new marijuana laws, Snoop Dogg’s Twitch stream won’t get pulled down if he smokes weed on camera.
The legendary rapper turned streaming gamer tested his newfound freedom on Tuesday by smoking a blunt while streaming a promotional video game to around 80,000 viewers, reports Polygon.
Surprisingly, however, Twitch administrators did not remove Snoop’s stream, citing the state laws from Snoop’s California locale.
“Because legality varies from Country to Country and State to State, we encourage people to follow their local laws,” a Twitch representative told Polygon.
Until Snoop’s recent example, marijuana use has been a controversial issue in past Twitch streams, as evident in a letter Twitch sent last year to another streamer known for using pot in their broadcasts:
We discourage broadcasters from the use of marijuana on our services. If doing so violates your local laws, causes you to inflict harm upon yourself, or is a focus of your broadcasts, this activity is entirely prohibited from broadcast.
If broadcasters do engage in this activity, the Mature Content warning must be enabled.