Martha Stewart has, allegedly, gone gaga over Snoop Dogg.
According to Globe, Martha Stewart calls the rapper multiple times a day, and Dogg is fed up.
A source claimed that Dogg has started turning off his phone to avoid Stewart’s calls. But the minute that he turns his phone on, Stewart’s calls start coming in again.
“Martha calls him night and day to brainstorm new ideas for their show and other projects, often when he’s trying to sit down for dinner with Shante or enjoy the couple’s time and it’s getting tiresome,” the source said.
Martha Stewart refuses to give Snoop Dogg space
The insider added that Stewart seemingly uses work as an excuse to call Dogg. But after a few minutes on the phone, she starts asking him personal questions.
“Work talk soon turns to her asking for personal advice, whether it’s Martha’s moaning about her day or hitting Snoop up for advice about who to invite to her dinner parties, her dating or cooking dilemmas. It’s reached the point where he has to turn his phone off just to get some peace and quiet,” the source said.
Martha Stewart, Snoop Dogg’s successful show
But even though Stewart and Dogg seem to be an odd pairing, one cannot, allegedly, deny their unique connection. In fact, their show, Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner has just been renewed for a fourth season.
The duo also has a slew of other projects in the works. And even though Dogg adores Martha Stewart, he can’t, allegedly, help but feel that she’s too needy for his taste.
“She burns up his phone like he’s some type of helpline. It’s all too much,” the source said.
However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt. There’s no proof that Stewart has been calling Dogg nonstop. There isn’t also any reason for Stewart to bombard Dogg with calls because they are just friends.
Meanwhile, this isn’t the first time that Martha Stewart and Dogg were linked to each other. Last year, rumors also swirled that there’s something romantic going on between the two but there was none.
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