“Coach Snoop” The Show You Need to Watch Right Now

I tuned into “Coach Snoop” on Netflix because I’m fascinated by anything Snoop Dogg does, but this show caught me completely  off guard. I was expecting Snoop’s usual antics that you always see but what I found was a show all about the kids and the work his youth league is doing and I was hooked till the credits.

Now I will admit that I was aware that Snoop had his own youth league, but I wasn’t aware fully of everything his youth league does like picking kids up and taking them to practice and encouraging parents to be heavily involved with keeping their kids busy so they don’t fall down the wrong path. Snoop also flies these kids out to play different teams, giving them the experience of flying and a chance to continue to grow their game by playing different teams, which isn’t common for a youth league team.

What really made me love this show was seeing how Snoop deals with the kids. There’s a scene in one of the first episodes that shows Snoop talking to one of the kids telling him that Snoop is going to pay his mom’s bills so that the kid can focus on school and football. When one of the players takes a hit to the head Snoop is right there making sure that he gets the right medical treatment and has fully recovered before he gets back on the field. Which just goes to show how serious Snoop is about using his wealth to give back to his kids and give them a fighting chance to make it.

I can’t say enough good things about this show because I think that it’s bigger than just putting together a youth football league and illustrates how important it is to make sure that every kid has a fighting chance to be something (no matter where they come from). Snoop could have easily just started the league and walked away, but instead he’s making sure that every kid that plays in his league has every opportunity to get out of their current situations.

So the next time you’re scrolling through Netflix looking for another show to binge watch I highly suggest you check out “Coach Snoop”, you won’t be disappointed.

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