- "Yo yo yo, you're messing up a cat's colors, dude!"
- ―Dope to Sean "Sweet" Johnson
His name is never revealed in the game, but can be seen in files of the game (cutscene.img).
His voice actors are not credited.
Events of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
Dope's first appearance was during The Introduction film. Dope remained silent all the time while one gang member of the Ballas stated that the Grove Street Families will soon be over, while Bogman expressed concern on whether or not they can trust one of the betraying members of that gang, worrying that it may be a trap. The other gang member said that things change, and money changes people.
Dope's second appearance was during the Home Coming mission when he offered Carl "CJ" Johnson and Sean "Sweet" Johnson to buy the blender. After Sweet said that it was the blender of their mother, Dope quickly ran away, confirming that he stole it sometime between The Green Sabre and the Home Coming missions by breaking into their house.
Dope's last appearance was during the Beat Down on B Dup mission when he was sitting in the staircase near the former apartment of Mark "B Dup" Wayne. While CJ and Sweet were knocking the door and telling B Dup to open it, Dope told that he no longer lives here. After Sweet began to force him to tell where B Dup lives, he, instead of telling it, offered Sweet to buy drugs by saying he has "a little something" just what he needs. After CJ told Dope that they will leave him alone if he tells where D Dup lives, Dope told that he lives in Glen Park and despite that, he even knew Barry "Big Bear" Thorne and his crack addiction as he said "his boy always there - give a cat what he needs".
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
- During the Home Coming and the Beat Down on B Dup missions, Dope has a different voice. This most likely indicates that he was voiced by two different actors.
- Dope bears some resemblance to the Unnamed Pool Player, Bogman and 8-Ball.