By: Rizoh


      After pleading guilty to one count of weapon possession, Snoop Dogg has been instructed to carry out 160 hours of community service in addition to three-year probation. The west coast veteran was also ordered to make a $10,000 charitable donation by the court in Santa Ana, California.

      Snoop was arrested at the John Wayne Airport last year after he tried to board a plane with a collapsible baton in his computer bag. Airport authorities, who didn’t buy Snoop’s story that the baton was a prop in a music video he was due to film in New York, told him the baton was considered a dangerous weapon.

      Earlier in the year, Snoop pled no contest to a separate set of charges for weapon and drug possession. That particular case earned him 800 hours of community service and a 5 year probation.