Steve Urkel Returns in Classy Fashion With Snoop Dogg Ahead of Jake Paul Fight

Fans tuning in to Triller's Fight Night on Fite.TV were treated to a blast of nostalgia courtesy of Steve Urkel. The iconic Family Matters character made an appearance with Snoop Dogg ahead of tonight's Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren battle.

The appearance by Jaleel White is connected to the former sitcom star's new venture in the cannabis world, something that Snoop Dogg knows well. White is working on putting name with a brand named "Purple Urkle" after his iconic character, helping to promote the venture and Triller's latest event at the same time.

Both Urkel and Snoop open the PPV event on Fite.TV by sharing a smoke together, closing out by using one of 710 Labs special vape pens that Snoop refers to as a "spaceship pen." The result is a fun opening to the event that transforms Snoop into a tiny puppy that climbs onto Urkel's lap. Fans were pleasantly surprised by the appearance, sharing their reactions on Twitter.

"'Steve Urkel is a pothead' was not on my 2021 Bingo Card, but I am DELIGHTED!" one fan wrote. "I know damn well this ain’t steve urkel getting high with snoop dogg," another added. "This is wrong, Steve Urkel would be a total narc. Stefan Urquelle would be cool enough to smoke tho," another added, noting the canon of the Family Matters fan-favorite.

White partnered with 710 Labs to create the special cannabis blend, while Snoop Dogg is already one of many names connected to Leune products. According to CBS News, White and Snoop are some of the many famous names bringing funding and hopes to the industry.

"Anyone who knows me personally as Jaleel White knows I am an ardent seeker of curated adventures, big laughs and excellent food," White wrote in a letter posted to his website. "All three of these interests are enormously enhanced by top shelf cannabis."

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Meanwhile, NBA stars John Wall and Carmelo Anthony are adding nearly $5 million in venture capital to Leune. This joins funding from Snoop Dogg, real name Calvin Broadus, and the Casa Verde Capital firm, including music manager Anthony Saleh, La La Anthony, wife of Carmelo, and sports agent Rich Paul.

"Having their support through this crucial growth stage makes a world of a difference for a brand of our size, and we look forward to building one of the leading names in cannabis together," Leune CEO Nidhi Lucky Handa said in a statement about the funding.