Snoop Lion has ''no issues'' with gay marriage.

The rapper spoke in favour of equality as the US Supreme Court debates California's ban on same-sex weddings, adding people should be free to do ''as they please''.

He told the Huffington Post: ''People can do what they want and as they please ... Satisfy yourself accordingly.

''I have no issues with nobody, I live for me and I live my life doing what I do, so you should have the right to do whatever you want to do.''

The 41-year-old musician - who embraced Rastafarianism and changed is name from Snoop Dogg last year - is one of a number of celebrities opposing the ban and hoping for it to be overturned.

Seth MacFarlane wrote to his Twitter followers on Tuesday (26.03.13): ''Supreme Court, stop acting like cowards. Now IS the time for a broad ruling to make the leap into the 20th century. --Sincerely, the 21st.''

Snoop also spoke of his new culture, revealing he was ''never nervous'' about his time in Jamaica.

He added: ''I'm never nervous. Always ready. Stay ready so I don't have to get ready. ''Nervous'' has never been one of my traits. I like to be prepared and go do what I have to do. I love meeting pressure with performance.