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Snoop Dogg Wants To Be the Top Dogg of Twitter

Dick Costolo said on Thursday that he would step down as Twitter’s CEO at the end of the month, leaving co-founder Jack Dorsey to find a replacement. Jack Dorsey said in a press conference that the company was looking both inside and out for someone “who really uses and loves the product in every single way.” If Dorsey will consult his own product, however, he might notice that one candidate has announced his interest for the job: Snoop Dogg.

It is likely that the “Doggfather” is only kidding, but the rapper has already shown his brand loyalty with his #SnoopforCEO campaign, plus he has an initial business strategy:

Snoop’s followers quickly got on board with the idea, retweeting and giving their support across the Twitterverse.

Other interested candidates so far include New York Times journalist, Farhad Manjoo, and tech reporter, Ed Bolt. As of Thursday night, they have not seen the retweet count to match Snoop:

Twitter has not tweeted a response to Snoop yet.

[h/t Huffington Post]
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