The lifestyle mogul and the rapper have been friends for years after first meeting back in 2008
The lifestyle mogul, 82, shared a video on Instagram Saturday, in which she shows off a jacket that the rapper made for her that features her photo on the back, as well as on the inside.
In the short clip, Dogg, 52, can be heard telling Stewart, “I got these made for you,” as his assistant shows off the teal blue jacket on a hanger. The left side of the jacket features her initials, “M” and “S,” while the right side has a crest and the words “19 Crimes.”
“Turn it around, let her see the back,” the "Gin and Juice" musician then says, drawing attention to the picture of Stewart posing in a black hoodie in front of a multicolored background.
“Lift the plastic up, so she can see her beautiful face. That is you!,” he continues.
“What does the interior of the jacket look like,” Dogg then asks his assistant, who unzips the jacket.
“It’s a reversible for you, Martha Stewart, because I f------ love you,” he continues, showing off the inside of the black jacket.
“Let that face drop,” Dogg next tells his assistant, who adjusts the jacket so that the photo is clearer. “See that beautiful face drop — that’s Martha. I got you four of those, Martha.”
Dogg also notes that he got her a blue sweatshirt and tights combo with her initials printed, “to match your Sketchers shoes."
The outfits appeared to delight Stewart, who wrote over the video, “My friend Snoop Dogg made these for me.”
Dogg and Stewart have had a 15-year friendship after first meeting back in 2008, when Snoop joined Stewart to make mashed potatoes on her Martha Stewart Show.
Since then, the duo has gone on to work together on several projects, including co-hosting a VH1 celebrity cooking show called Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party and judging a Halloween food competition, Snoop and Martha's Very Tasty Halloween.
Stewart has even referred to Dogg as a “brother” to her, telling host Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in December, “Snoop is just like my little brother. I had three brothers … But he’s like the fourth brother.”
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"When you work with someone like Snoop, it's like having a sidekick. How great it is," Stewart previously told PEOPLE. "That's why all the comedians have sidekicks and bands because it loosens them up and lets them be freer. Snoop is my freedom."
The rapper previously expressed similar sentiments, telling Rolling Stone in 2016, "I've never met anyone like Martha Stewart. When we come together, it's a natural combination of love, peace and harmony."
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