OTTAWA-Snoop Dogg has welcomed Canada’s First Nations into his bid to buy the NHL’s Ottawa Senators with open arms. The rapper is part of a group spearheaded by Los Angeles-based businessman Neko Sparks trying to buy the NHL franchise. Snoop Dogg posted a video to Instagram on Monday where he alluded to reports that the Sparks-led bid would include an equity stake for local Indigenous communities. “It’s your boy big Snoop Dogg giving a shout out to the First Nations of Canada, that’s right, for joining Neko Sparks in the Ottawa Senators bid,” he said, standing in a recording studio wearing a Senators jersey. “We trying to do something, we trying to make a difference.” The board of directors of Senators Sports & Entertainment initiated the process to sell the team
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