The ever-enterprising Snoop Dogg is selling items on eBay. The West Coast hip-hop legend is now offering an exclusive capsule of items that fans can bid on from his new Death Row Inmate Program, or DRIP.
The members-only DRIP program is a partnership with eBay to sell the rapper‘s one-of-a-kind merchandise, VIBE reported.
The fan collection, which can be bought without a membership, has items such as the Pittsburgh Penguins jersey the rapper worn in the “Gin & Juice” video, a Cuban gold chain that reads Death Row, and an signature WWE jacket the rapper worn during a WrestleMania Launch Party 2022.
But there are perks to becoming a DRIPS member.
There are three annual membership tiers. The first tier, which is $49 annually, is the basic membership level. The first tier package includes a black dog tag and chain, access to AMA meet and greets with the label’s artists, Death Row Radio & 187.7 WBALLZ programming access, 80+ commercial free Dash radio stations, members-only access to Snoop, Dash and Death Row events, according to Vibe.
The next tier is platinum, which runs $99 annually. Fans enjoy all the perks of the base tier, plus they also get a supposedly platinum dog tag and a special holiday-themed Snoop gift.
The most expensive tier, Diamond, is priced at $500. It gives fans a Death Row diamond and gold chain, an on-air birthday shoutout, early access to all future projects and releases, and other upcoming reserved gifts and experiences for Diamond members only. Diamond members will have access to all of the perks of its lower tiers.
Snoop is currently auctioning off two Funko toys in his likeness; in one, he is dressed like a pimp, and in the other, he is wearing a Lakers jersey. Both are signed by Snoop. Funko toys are known for their limited pop culture collectibles.
The auction for these items on eBay ends on Dec. 11.
Snoop on a business roll
Over the last few months, Snoop, whose net worth is an estimation at $150 million, has launched a series of business ventures, including a breakfast cereal and pet clothing and accessories. He also launched a family business selling scarves in collaboration with beauty and cosmetic company Annie International.
The scarves are priced $11.99 and $12.99 (depending on size ordered) and can be purchased at BroadusCollection.com.