Snoop Dogg's Son Cordell Broadus Received Backlash after Wearing Women's Clothing and Makeup for Photo Shoot
Pictures of Snoop Dogg's son Cordell Broadus wearing women's clothing and makeup have surfaced online, and he's receiving a lot of backlash for it from fans.
Fans were left confused after pictures of Cordell Broadus wearing a lace top and a pink flowery vest surfaced online. To make matters more interesting, he also donned eyeliner and some earrings for the photoshoot.
It is unclear whether the pictures are for a magazine editorial, or if they are old photos, but they definitely show a different side of Cordell that his fans don't often see.
The biggest issue the Broadus family currently faces is the alleged mistress of Snoop, who has been speaking out about their apparent affair.
CORDELL REMAINS SILENT
Cordell used to be a wide receiver for UCLA before stopping in 2015, and since then, he's focused on music and film since then. The 23-year-old also welcomed a daughter with girlfriend Phia Barragan in 2019.
A BROADUS FAMILY ISSUE
Pictures are the least of their worries right now because the biggest issue the Broadus family currently faces is the alleged mistress of Snoop, who has been speaking out about their apparent affair.
A 24-year-old woman named Celina Powell opened up about her alleged relationship with the "Drop It Like It's Hot" rapper.
THE ALLEGED AFFAIR
It turns out, their alleged affair began and ended in 2018, with the rapper dropping her off on the side of the road when they ended.
While she already spoke out about the affair last year, she decided to speak out again after Snoop reacted to a post by Lil Duval about her.
REMAINING QUIET ON THE ISSUE
On the video she posted on YouTube, she detailed their relationship, and fans are split between believing her and accusing her of being a liar.
Despite her accusations, Snoop Dogg has remained silent about it and has even been posting about his wife Shante on Instagram. For now, it seems the family is just about to blow off the steam on this issue rather than address it.