Snoop Dogg's Wife Shante Broadus Flashes Wide Smile as She Poses with Their Grandkids in Adorable Photo
Snoop Dogg shared a cute image that featured his wife, Shante Monique Broadus, and their grandchildren.
Over the last few years, rapper Snoop Dogg has been showing his followers more and more peeks at his family through social media.
The most recent sneak-peek came when the "Young, Wild & Free" hitmaker shared an Instagram picture that featured his wife, Shante Monique Broadus, and three of their grandchildren.
[Snoop Dogg] had disclosed that his mother, Beverly Tate, was displeased at his tirade against Gayle King.
The post has not only garnered almost 200,000 likes since Snoop shared it some hours ago, but it has also been flooded with comments from followers.
Fans were especially glad to see the image as it came several months after USA Today reported that the Broadus family had lost one of their own – Snoop and Shante's grandchild, Kai.
In honor of the baby, who died just days after he was born, Shante had shared a video of herself singing a rendition of The Dells R&B song "The Love We Had Stays on My Mind."
Meanwhile, Snoop, whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., had gotten into it with CBS correspondent Gayle King after she had accused the late NBA star Kobe Bryant of rape.
The 48-year-old rapper had disclosed that his mother, Beverly Tate, was displeased at his tirade against Gayle after she asked how the 2003 rape allegations against Kobe impacted his legacy.
In fact, the rapper stated that his mother had asked him to tender an apology to Gayle as she had raised him better than he was exhibiting.
As regards the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Snoop had shared a new way for people to test if they had the illness.
According to a BET report, the "Mac & Devin Go to High School" actor had jokingly provided an alternative test method in a video where he said that he could prove that he didn't have the virus.
Snoop Dogg does the Coronavirus test 💀💀. Apparently someone been telling everybody if u can hold ur breath for 10 seconds without coughing u ain’t got it 💀💀 pic.twitter.com/CvnuNKBiM7— DJ Akademiks (@Akademiks) March 17, 2020
There was a recent rumor that claimed that holding one's breath for longer than ten seconds was proof of the virus's absence. Luckily, that self-test method has been debunked.