The rapper promoted his new album, Bush, on The Tonight Show on Thursday
“A lot of people don’t know this, but back in the ’90s we starred in a Canadian soap opera together called Jacob’s Patience,” he joked.
But he admitted the rapper “was a little difficult to work with.”
“He refused to use his real arms during the filming of the show,” Fallon said. “He demanded fake arms, mannequin arms. And to make him feel more comfortable the director made everybody use fake arms. I have to say it was pretty inconvenient.”
Then he showed a clip from the show, which had Snoop working as the owner of Drizzles Bakery.
“My friend told me to come here and ask for the Space Cookie,” Fallon told Snoop, who was appearing on the show to promote his new album, Bush.
“All right, cuz, one cookie coming right up for your snookie,” Snoop replied as he tried to pick up a cookie with his fake arms.
Then he offered to make a batch for Fallon, along with a secret ingredient – cinnamon – but then he added a very special Snoop topping.