With songs like "Smoke Weed Everyday," it should be no surprise that rapper Snoop Dogg let his weed habit get him into legal trouble.

Snoop Dogg has been denied entry into Norway for two years after being busted for carrying eight grams of marijuana in his luggage while on his way to a music festival last month, according to an article by the Associated Press.

The rapper, who recently changed his name to Snoop Lion, after saying he was "born again" during a visit to Jamaica in January, does not seemed too fazed by the ban.

His legal representative in Norway, Holger Hagesaeter, said the rapper "can live with the decision" and does not plan to appeal the choice at this time, according to various reports.

The 40-year old was slapped with a 52,000 kroner ($8,600) fine after sniffer dogs detected eight grams of weed in his luggage as he attempted to enter the northern European country. He also had more than the legal amount of cash, according to the Daily Beast.

He was expected to perform at the music concert Hovefestival in Arendal, on June 28.

This is not the first time Snoop Dogg has been busted for possession of marijuana. He was arrested in January for reportedly having less than an ounce of weed on his tour bus. He was issued a citation for a misdemeanor drug possession and released, according to TMZ.

Snoop Dogg has a soon-to-be released reggae album, "Reincarnated," and is headlining the two-day outdoor music festival Catalpa NYC this weekend.

His Twitter account has numerous pictures he posted of himself smoking marijuana. One photo caption states: "Blowing everywhere I'm going."