Snoop Dogg celebrated his 50th birthday Wednesday night with a star-studded players ball at his home in Inglewood, California.
Jamie Foxx, Usher, T.I., Nelly, Mike Epps, Fabolous and Terence J were among the 300 guests in da house for the big bash, according to TMZ. The Doggfather's TV partner, Martha Stewart, co-host of Snoop and Martha's Very Tasty Halloween special, which debuts Thursday on Peacock, was not able to attend, but she sent birthday greetings via Instagram.
In his own Instagram video, Snoop looked back at his first five decades.
"Word is, when you get to 50, you're in the second half of your life. Think I did a pretty good first half. Put up a lot of points. Made a lot of people happy," he commented. "'Look forward to a whole lot more, 'cause we've only just begun."
Snoop's gifts included a fully restored, copper colored 1955 Chevy Impala. As previously reported, the "Gin & Juice" rapper also received a customized Mercury Cougar emblazoned with the colors of his favorite team, the purple and gold of the Los Angeles Lakers. "Snoop Dogg" is written on the headrests, and a custom painting of the Lakers, featuring Snoop, LeBron James and the late Kobe Bryant, is displayed on the trunk.
This week, the birthday boy also debuted the song "Big Subwoofer" by his new supergroup, Mount Westmore, featuring himself, Ice Cube, E-40 and Too Short.