Snoop Dog gifted bouquet of 48 joints for birthday as its delivered to his door

Snoop Dogg has been an advocate for cannabis for years since he launched one of his biggest hits, Smoke Weed Everyday .

Regularly sharing weed memes and pics of him smoking to his 36million Instagram fans, it's no surprise his 48th birthday on Sunday was ablaze.

The American rapper received a customised bouquet of 48 joints for the occasion.

Delivered straight to his door, the creation was created by floral designer and artist, Leslie K Monroy.

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Speaking to TMZ, the publication reported that Leslie filled half the joints with Indica and the other half with Sativa.

The bouquet also reportedly featured four small weed clones and eight tall clones, in addition to the normal plants.

In a video obtained by TMZ, the bouquet can be seen and was reportedly purchased for him by family.

The Drop It Like Its Hot hitmaker also revealed last week that he has hired a "professional blunt roller".

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While on The Howard Stern Show, Snoop confessed he pays big bucks for someone to roll his jays.

He stated the full-time position pays "$40,000 to $50,000 a year", which Seth Rogen backed up.

Seth said: "He knows how to gauge the look on someone’s face when it seems like they might want a blunt.

"And if they do, he gives you one!"

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Snoop told viewers his employee is allowed as much weed as he likes in exchange for his service.

He also confessed the "professional joint roller" travels with him at all times.

"If you’re great at something I need, I’m hiring you," he added.

California legalised cannabis for medical use in 1996 and legalised it for recreational use in 2016.

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