What's the Greatest $50K Job on Earth?

Stephen Andrews
01 Nov 2022

One of the benefits of being a super famous icon in the showbiz world is that you can hire a private blunt roller, among other personnel. Like Snoop Dogg, whose personal blunt roller earns $50K a year for rolling joints for the rapper. She recently revealed an estimate of nearly half a million rolled joints during the time of her unordinary tenure.

Her name is Ranagade PerRana and she is probably one of the most skillful persons in the world when it comes to rolling joints. In a recent interview she gave, PerRana said she estimates that she has rolled around half a million joints for the rapper – or "over 450,000" joints to be more exact – since nabbing the job. 

"I do about half a pound a day, which is 75 to 150 joints," PerRana said, adding that the rapper never goes anywhere without a blunt. 

Her estimate would match Snoop Dog's earlier statement that he smokes approximately 81 joints a day. 

Ms. PerRana also reveals that she had to do a "roll-off" to get the gig, although she initially thought the entire thing was a scam. The "roll-off" was between her, a Venezuelan cigar roller, and Snoop's sound engineer. "I smoked them, to say the least," she says. "So from that day forward, I was the premier blunt roller of the planet – blunt roller to the stars now."

During the summer, Snoop revealed that PerRana's salary went up because of the inflation after the Twitter account UberFacts tweeted that his professional joint roller earned "between $40,000 and $50,000 a year." "Inflation," the rapper responded. "Their salary went up!!" 

When asked in an interview back in 2019 why he hires a personal blunt roller, Snoop simply replied: "I don't have time." He went on to say that his roller's timing was "impeccable," always having a joint ready just at the right moment. 

As a professional blunt roller, Ranagade PerRana also has other perks, such as free weeks and all paid expenses. She also happens to roll joints for other celebrities, including Kid Cudi. Well, isn't that a dream job? 

Stephen Andrews