Snoop Dogg is given a birthday surprise performance by Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly on stage.

Happy birthday to Snoop Dogg, say the Step Brothers, who have returned.

Snoop joined Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly onstage on Saturday, the day after the rap icon turned 52, for the Best Night of Your Life 2 benefit concert. However, before Snoop could exit the spotlight, Reilly made a surprising statement that made him the center of attention.

In a video uploaded on Snoop's Instagram, Reilly informed the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles crowd that "yesterday was a very special day." "Mr. Snoop Dogg celebrated his birthday. We're preparing to sing Happy Birthday to the best rapper in the world!"

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The MC receives a massive three-tier cake from Ferrell in the video, which gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the performance. The MC then lights a joint with his birthday candles.

Reilly said, "That's what I'm talking about," as the audience cheered.

Snoop blew out his candles after the pair led the crowd in a "Happy Birthday" sing-along.

My brothers shocked me, Snoop said in the description of his photo. "Will and John."

Before the birthday celebrations, Reilly and Ferrell collaborated on a rendition of "Boats 'N Hoes," originally performed by their Step Brothers characters Brennan and Dale. Snoop entered the stage for a verse before the trio started singing the rapper's classic single from 1994, "Gin and Juice."

While Reilly and Ferrell have a lengthy history of working together (with Holmes & Watson and Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby), the Anchorman actor also has a relationship with Snoop. They both starred in the 2003 film Old School, and they later hurled obscenities at Justin Bieber at his Comedy Central roast in 2015.

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