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Hey, Isn't That . . . ?


Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, left, talks with rap star Snoop Dogg, wearing hat, during the Ravens' training camp in Westminster, Md., Thursday. (AP Photo/Baltimore Sun, Karl Merton Ferron)

  • Snoop Dogg making a surprise appearance on the sidelines at the Baltimore Ravens training camp in Westminster, Md., on Thursday. Brought an entourage that included his personal umbrella holder. Turns out he's great pals with linebacker Ray Lewis: "I love his hustle, I love his attitude, his enthusiasm, his whole git-down," Snoop told reporters. He also led the team through a favorite chant, "Dogs in the House."

  • Martin Lawrence picking up a few things at the Giant grocery store in Purcellville, Va. -- well, last week. But the point is, he's there all the time! Turns out the comedian has a summer place in Loudoun County, go figure. And his family members have been regulars at the store for a few years. A couple weeks ago, we're told, he filled five baskets and ran up $900 in purchases. And he also posed graciously for some cellphone pics with the staff. Random, huh?

  • By The Reliable Source  |  August 7, 2009; 1:00 AM ET
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    Comments

    Aw, Purcellville is still really nice! Hills and foothills and he can hike the Appalachian Trail. Heh! It's right there.

    Posted by: dadada | August 7, 2009 4:00 AM | Report abuse

    Someone should tell the little boy with the stocking on his head to "Wash, don't scratch."

    Posted by: Hans1924 | August 7, 2009 10:53 AM | Report abuse

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