Rap legend sends message to Deion Sanders, Buffaloes star

Snoop Dogg, like many other celebrities, has jumped on the Deion Sanders-led Colorado Buffaloes bandwagon this season.

The rap sensation is evidently no longer satisfied with simply watching the Buffs play. He wishes to offer advise to the players.

Snoop Dogg phoned Sanders following Saturday's 48-41 loss to No. 6 USC, and he wanted to speak with Omarion Miller, Sanders claimed on Tuesday. 

Against the Trojans, the freshman wide receiver exploded on the national stage, collecting seven passes for 196 yards in the second half of the loss.

Sanders, who addressed Snoop Dogg as a "dear friend," stated that the rapper "wanted to let him know that he has a tremendous gift," according to USA Today. 

And I don't know what the conversation was, but I know I just handed him the phone, and I said somebody wants to talk to you."

Sanders handed Miller the Facetime call, which showed the rapper on screen. Sanders claimed Miller looked at the phone and exclaimed, "Oh my God!"

"That whole thing was crazy," Miller told reporters on Wednesday, according to USA Today.

What is Snoop Dogg's message? "He was just telling me, 'Keep working.'" "He was pleased with what I did," Miller explained.

 Davante Adams was determined to play for Las Vegas. It's closer to his hometown of East Palo Alto, California, and it's his childhood team. Being traded before the end of his second season would not be ideal.

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