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PHOTOS: Snoop Dogg’s craziest outfits

PHOTOS: Snoop Dogg’s craziest outfits

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, 'DOGG': Snoop Dogg celebrates his 42nd birthday on Oct. 20. Photo: Associated Press

Calvin Broadus Jr., better known as Snoop Dogg, Snoop Lion or – most recently – Snoopzilla, celebrates his 42nd birthday on Sunday, Oct. 20. A look back at the “Doggystyle” singer’s many, many interesting outfits over his 20-year career. Happy Birthday Snoop!

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