Clearly you believe that it is the government's and celebrities job to do so.
The whole argument is that your parents need to put you in place when they see you doing something wrong. It isn't snoop doggs job.
And the fact that he is known for.appearing high at events and then tell me what's good for me. Just blows my mind. Extremely ironic if you ask me and quite hypocritical.
Very good PR though.
I don't think anyone said Snoop, the government, or any celebrity should be teaching our kids first.
But if our kids are going to be inevitably bombarded by messages from the government, celebrities, and unless you plan on living underground in a bunker, then you have to consider both factors (parental influence and outside influence).