Southern mosquitos are a different breed of mosquitos and Snoop Dogg unfortunately felt their wrath this weekend.

The Fourth of July is a time for celebration. Things you can expect to see that day. Hot dogs, Old Navy flag shirts, and fireworks for sure. Another thing you can add to that list is mosquitos and those insects from hell look forward to all of us spending more time outside on America's birthday. This past weekend, Snoop Dogg was introduced to the Oklahoma mosquitos.

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Snoop was christening the brand new 410 Live over in Ardmore, Oklahoma. It's only about an hour and a half away from us in Wichita Falls. So maybe someplace to keep an eye onto visit if an artist you like is planning to play there in the next couple of months. It's an awesome 160 acre outdoor concert venue.

With it being outside, that means you have to deal with the elements and apparently Snoop got torn up from those mosquitos. He says they got in his boxers, his shorts, and even his dreadlocks.

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I imagine any Oklahoma mosquitos that went after Snoop probably got a little high after sucking some of his blood. This is a lesson all of us have learned the hard way. If you're going to be outside in the south during the summer, you better bug spray up. At the very least, get some citronella candles going to try to deter the annoying pest away.

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