Homies Figures Featured in Snoop Dogg’s Video

Streetgangs.com Staff Writer
January 7, 2003 3:30 a.m.

Los Angeles – If one pays close attention to Snoop Dogg’s video, From the Church to the Palace from the album It Pays the Cost to be the Boss, you will notice the popular homies figures featured. This album was released November 26, 2002 and this particular song makes a few references to gang culture. Released from No Limit (he’s still distributed by Priority), Snoop Dogg drafted several different producers for his sixth album, as well as a varied cast of featured guests.

Willie G, from Homies 4, B-Boy from Homies 3 and Beto from Mijos 2 make a cameo appearence in the video “From the Church to the Palace.” You will see the three figures on top of the television set in the bedroom of the young boy in the video playing with the Snoop Dogg voodoo doll. Willie G is in the wheel chair, B-Boy has his arms out, and Beto is holding the basketball. Both B-Boy and Beto have been made into plush dolls.

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