Snoop Dogg's Grown Daughter Cori Broadus Shows Striking Resemblance to Mom Shante in Black Jacket & Leggings
Snoop Dogg's daughter Cori Broadus is grown, and she has no problem reminding people through her attention-grabbing posts on social media.
Cori “Choc” Broadus, who is the youngest child of rapper Snoop Dogg, made headlines when she posted a series of photos that showed her rocking a black legging and white shirt combo.
Snoop had revealed that even though he filed for divorce from Shante in 2004, his daughter’s sickness played a role in them deciding to renew their vows in 2008.
While the 20-year-old looked good in the outfit, which she paired with a black leather jacket that had white trims and a blue cap, what caught people’s attention was that she looked exactly like her mother, Shante, in the images.
Soon after the pictures dropped, her fans quickly took to the comment section to state “She Get It From Her Mama.”
While the praises were pouring in for Cori, Black Doctor revealed that when she was 11-years-old, she had been diagnosed with Lupus.
Although her parents had never heard of the fatal disease that affects more than 1.5 million people, the existence of it in their daughter’s life convinced them to work on their marriage.
During an interview, Snoop had revealed that even though he filed for divorce from Shante in 2004, his daughter’s sickness played a role in them deciding to renew their vows in 2008. Shante, who was also at the interview, had added:
“Without [Snoop], I don’t know what I’d have done. It’s amazing how this all turned out. We were gonna get a divorce. But we wouldn’t have gotten through it [the diagnosis] that way.”
The renewed determination to make their family work must have helped Cori decide to follow in her father’s footsteps as an entertainer.
According to The Source, the 20-year-old, along with her friends — Mali Nicole and Sazi — released a rendition of “Rake It Up” in the fall of 2017.
Later in 2018, the rapper’s daughter dropped her debut single, “Same” another R&B track titled “New Phone, Who Dis?”
Although she often appears as a confident woman on social media, Ice Cream convos divulged that the vocal powerhouse had some issues with her body image, which she was working through.
A year before that, Atlanta Black Star had shared that the “Sittin’ in My Room” crooner had was finally comfortable in her skin after many years of society telling people that dark-skinned people weren’t beautiful.