Snoop Dogg Reveals He’s Afraid of Horses: ‘I’m Just Scared of Them’

"You ain't never seen me in a scene with a horse," the rapper explained to Tiffany Haddish on the latest episode of 'Double G News'

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Snoop Dogg is opening up about his surprising animal phobia.

On the Sept. 12 episode of Snoop Dogg’s YouTube news network series Double G News, the “Sensual Seduction” rapper, 51, admitted his equinophobia, or fear of horses, saying: “I’m just f—— scared of them.”

The Death Row Records owner, who was dressed in a bathrobe, was joined on his show by guest Tiffany Haddish, who wore a pink tartan suit. During their discussion, the Night School star talked about her childhood dream of raising horses on a farm, to which he replied, “I’m scared of horses.”

“What? As big as you are?” the actress, 43, shot back.

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While Snoop Dogg is known for his love of canines, he admitted to feeling fearful around horses. JEMAL COUNTESS/FILMMAGIC

“To this day, too,” the Training Day actor responded. “I don’t know why I’m just f—— scared of them.”

“Are you serious?” Haddish asked.

“So serious. You ain’t never seen me in a scene with a horse. I’ve been in a scene with ostriches, iguanas, all kinds of s—,” Snoop explained. “Ain’t never been in a scene with a horse, like, get that motherf––––– away from me. I don’t know why!”

Snoop, whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., revealed to Haddish that while his wife Shante Broadus kept a horse for three years that she enjoyed riding “for her peace of mind,” he refused to interact with the animal and preferred to keep his distance.

“Maybe in your past life you fell off a horse,” Haddish suggested, to which Snoop joked, “I think I may have been the Headless Horseman [in my past life],” referring to the famous folklore figure who rides around headless on horseback while tormenting villagers.

While Snoop does not know the reason behind his phobia, he does understand the allure of horses and is open to remedying his fear in the future.

“I understand what a horse means to people,” he explained to Haddish. “Maybe one day somebody can introduce me to a baby horse. … A little jackass or something that I can learn how to be around.”

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