The rapper said there was "no amount of money" that would persuade his longtime wife to let him sign up for the content subscription service
Snoop Dogg won't be joining OnlyFans anytime soon.
In a new interview on the Instagram Live series Wake & Bake with Double S Express, the rap icon claimed he was told OnlyFans would offer him $100 million to post NSFW content on the subscription platform — but he turned it down for his wife Shante Broadus' sake.
Snoop, 52, recalled learning that creators have made millions posting pornographic videos to the website before receiving a proposal for him to join. "They were like, ‘OnlyFans wants you to come on there, Snoop. You could do about $100 million. All you gotta do is pull that thang out,’" he said.
"I'm like, I got a Black wife," added the "Drop It Like It's Hot" musician of Broadus, 52, who also serves as his manager. "Ain’t no way in the world she gonna allow me to go on there and pull that thang out for no amount of money."
Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from celebrity news to compelling human interest stories.
The couple first met as teenagers when they attended Long Beach Polytechnic High School in California, attending school dances and prom together before their 1989 graduation. They tied the knot in June 1997 and renewed their vows in 2008.
The Doggystyle rapper and Broadus share four children: sons Corde, 29, and Cordell, 26, as well as daughter Cori, 24. Snoop also has a son, Julian, 25, from a previous relationship.
Broadus became Snoop's manager in June 2021. "Shante has been guiding my career behind the scenes from day one," he said in a press release at the time. "She has always been my final gut check with all my decisions, and I wouldn't be where I am today without her. I am grateful to have her as my official manager, helping to build the Snoop Dogg empire together."
In a 2023 interview with Today, Snoop opened up about why his marriage to Broadus has withstood the test of time.
“I think because we were both young and we were both willing to sacrifice for each other," he told the outlet at the time. "She knew what my dreams and goals was, and at the same time, I knew what hers were."
Snoop continued: "To have a family and to be who we are ... we both wanted to get to that goal, and when we reached it, it was hard, definitely, because you got so many different things pulling you away from marriage, and people divorcing every other day.”
"But when you truly love somebody, there ain't nothing you can do to break that up and I feel like that was true love at first sight," he said.
For more People news, make sure to sign up for our newsletter!
Read the original article on People.