He's launching a promotional competition called 'Hack is Wack' where fans are allowed to submit a rap about anti-cyber crime.
Snoop Dogg is joining the war on cyber crime - he's signed up to front a campaign to crack down on internet fraud. The rapper is teaming up with anti-virus company Norton to launch a promotional competition called 'Hack is Wack'.
Fans and hip-hop wannabes can submit videos of their own anti-cyber crime raps and the lucky winner will be handed two tickets to a Snoop Dogg gig, as well as a meeting with the rapper's management to discuss business issues for upcoming stars.
Snoop insists he's sick of seeing internet fraudsters exploit the web and he's happy to help spread the word about online safety to youngsters. He says, "I'm here spreading the awareness of cyber crime. I don't tolerate it. I'm not with it."